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- Travelling people call to my home. Sometimes they stay over-night and sleep in an out-house. Some are poor and others are not very poor. They sell articles such as combs, brushes, hair-oil, carpets, vases, candle-sticks, purses, laces, studs, and many other things The people of the house give them flour, sugar, tea, eggs, milk, and old clothes,The travelling people buy horse-hair, rabbit-skins, and bottles. They are welcome sometimes. Those travelling folk usually have cars and horses and they drive around from house to house. Sometimes they travel singly and other times they travel with their families. Very often they bring children with them to(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.