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Albert E. Smith Diary, 1868-1869

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Wednesday 21

Very cold, windy together with a slight hail: all the snow is now gone, and the grass and other plants are beginning to show their much wanted heads for the farmers are 'awful' hard up for fodder; we have not had straw for over a month and there is not as much hay as will feed the horses during the spring crop work. Several of the farmers in the vicinty of Mt Forest have

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