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2nd June, 1953
D. had a television party...
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2nd June, 1918
Third day very tired got to bed at 9am...
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4th June, 1914
As these Ulster folk so often are...
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No date, 1916
I fell asleep pondering over the consequences...
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No Date, 1918
I told her I hated responsibility…
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5th June, 1951
The world and I are very middle-aged...
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No Date, 1954
I think a good flood or a wee volcano would do Ireland no harm...
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6th June, 1904
No one who has not motored in these days can conceive the dust of the roads...
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6th June, 1890
Dear little Eileen Sophia was baptised...
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9th June, 1981
Mummy let me go to a punk disco tonight up in the Bosco…
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11th June, 1942
How the other foreigners manage...
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13th June, 1798
Some of our work people and servants took leave of as they are going to the rebel camp...
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14th June, 1934
The day of our sale at Hall of Remembrance...
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16th June, 1798
I felt indignation and a wish to be avenged…
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18th June, 1911
Dorothy and I went for a motor-drive with the Colonel...
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20th June, 1798
Our thoughts were on our murdered countrymen...
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20th June, 1894
From the man who would take our photograph...
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29th June, 1940
All roads being sand bagged...
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