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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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24 Sunday wind E clear To 2 church Wolverlon preached j Shrink and wife and 2 girls to Diner here the old sow had 10 pigs

25 Monday wind SW rain forenoon to help EV Learn Thrash after noon 296 oats 44 bushel of wheat

26 Tuesday wind E cloudy cleaned wheat fore noon To Belmont to mill after noon 10 bushed of wheat and 12 of chop To wagon to E Mathews to get ex to fergesons at night Colen had his foot Taken of with reaper

27 Wednesday wind E clear cut sowed corn fore noon plowed for wheat after noon

28 Thursday wind SE clear plowed with 2 Teams finch shed to Belmont at get The grist let Hawkins have 200lb flour $ 6 50 let Abot have pears $ 1. 00 Let pots have pears .75 cts got from Odle 1/2 lb Tobaco and heave powder .50

29 fryday wind SW clear to Niles Town To court for a witness for jane Stvenson Bines To Deacon Edwards

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