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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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July 1873

1 Tuesday wind W Came home David Barber and wife with us

2 Wednes wind W rain Took a load of cheese 30 To Danchestar Station David Barber with me

3 Thursday wind W to Belmont To mill got money for cheese $31. Barber and wife went to St Thomas Randall and jane To E lick Brush here at night Bees swarmed

4 fryday wind S clearn hoed garden to Belmont got the chop 20 bushel let Sleath have 786 fet boards Abot 148 feet bees swarmed D Moore had a cow to B Randall and jane cam home

5 Saturday wind W clear Done choars paid Mrs finch $15 fore noon Randall hlped D Moore cut hay afternoon D Barber and wife here at night gave him $2 for Margret Cullver from E Brush

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