November, SATURDAY, 26, 1864.
rainy day again Alfred was up this afternoon in the evening i was quite supprised to see vincent he came up and spent the evening
lovely morning i went to church a stranger from the institute spoke for us i was not very well i did not get oppertunity to hear much Nell come up ear
ly we had quite an old time Chat about matters and things clear i went to mr livelys knew my lesson went to school then to bethel to a meeting very interes
John M. Langston, “a gentleman of much literary distinction” and the President of the National Union Rights League, spoke at Mother Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church at Sixth and Lombard Streets with “no ordinary merit and ability.” “Personal,” The Christian Recorder, December 3, 1864.