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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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29 Tyesday wind W clear Drawed in wheat after noon Randall helped EV Learn fore noon

30 Wednesday wind SW clear hot Drawed in wheat finished Randall helped. got from Mrs Bass 10 quarts beryes for $1.00cts

31 Thursday wind SE cloudy Rain cut fence corners fore noon Randall Raked Stable Rain after noon Randall to harietsvill Robert Learn here at nght

August 1873

1 fryday wind SW to Belmont got cheese money $32 . . got from Odle 30 lb sugar $3 and a barel salt $1..65 cts Randall went to Aylmer uncle finch abd Annt Came from Loho Traughton to Diner.

2 Saturday wind SW clear cut thistles fore noon to covnant meeting after noon. Drawed in 2 load of Rakings afTer Tea Randall to help

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