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1st May, 1891
A new nurse came who I did not care for at all...
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4th May, 1951
I quite enjoy my stories on the wall in flat moving photographs...
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5th May, 1953
I feel such an utter failure at everything...
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5th May, 1935
All preparations for Jubilee ready...
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5th May, 1904
It was a lovely night, warm and a splendid moon...
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5th May, 1981
I feel sorry for the Sands family...
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6th May, 1914
They were too poor to smoke...
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7th May, 1894
Also of dreadful night as no lights are allowed...
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7th May, 1940
The girls went out to night manoeuvres with the ambulance...
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8th May, 1918
It was the most fearsome night ever...
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10th May, 1911
Arrived home at last...
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15th May, 1918
It gets very chilly lying out in sands...
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20th May, 1953
Ruth, Norma and Emma went to see the garden...
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22nd May, 1916
I once more started a VAD course, this time for France...
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22nd May, 1943
Old newspapers have a strange effect on me...
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25th May, 1981
Maybe in years to come when you're reading this there will be no troubles...
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27th May, 1798
The people of this country are more inclined to insurrection than is apprehended...
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31st May, 1798
Our distress, aggravated by uncertainty of the fate of the army...
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31st May, 1798
I became resolved to avoid even the appearance of a change of religion...
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No Date, 1918
Their [American] ways were not ours...
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