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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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13 fryday wind SE clear To St Thomas Brought jr Johnson home. Bawed $15 from Mrs Finch To cullvers to diner. Randall drawed Manure

14 Saturday wind SW clear cultivated corn fore noon Randall drawed manure and went to Belmont after noon got him a pair of shoes $2.25 cts neckTie and box colars Bargened with R Sleath for a plow for lumber at $13,50 per Thousand plow $18

15 Sunday wind SE clear to 2 church at 3 oclock James Learnd and Charles fergeson To diner W Barn and C Brown and wives To Tea and j Learm and wife and 3 boys to Tea

16 Monday wind SW clear To London got Mashine from Elet gave a note for $55 to be paid the 1st day of january 1874 got points for cultivater got a pair of shoes Randall spread manure joe to help Nub cow to Bull

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