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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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160 feet Randall drowned in Just Horry To the hop X you're learn and shows to Ding ... ) I Walkerto Lines & Sunday with & clear at hairce Lejonare fourel Go 9 - Monday weine Recteur To J Thomas Took boards took of Rogchanson 11/1000 form to build fenice 4 get mails 102th hinges latch ww lack foog ali from elle kyfough 1867 9 Randall iworked the Road 4 pide courte Bull Will come to Build

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11 Wednesday wind Well,we I not well . Randall twee - Marcire part of the way 12 Thursday wind Italia To Belimasel fors maringot Nori Da choice 810 pais To Boyd son Garrow 88 75cts atwee got shoes from ly cultivate carne afterstone I learn To Ride horse Randall draut mosep

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