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Albert E. Smith Diary, 1868-1869

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September

Saturday 4th

Alf and Robert started for Ayton at 5 (five) o-clock this morning to take stock of a lot of bankrupt goods which they bought by tender for .63 (sixty three) cents on the dollar. The stock is worth $5,000 (five thousand) dollars. Was pulling flax all day. Threathening rain in the Evening we worked at the barley till ten P.M. which we finished all but about 10 or 15 shocks

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