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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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17 Wednesday wind SE cloudy put up corn fore noon finished. to Belmont fore after noon. got from Odle Dyes 1/2 lb tobacoe. 25cts

18 Thursday wind SW clear Drawed. wood killed a pig Done choars got 1 bus potatoes from Sraughton Rain at night

19 fryday wind NW clear comenced To Tharsh spring wheat $4 bushed Aplefords Thrashed Sraughton and bill and D Moore EV Learn and joe john cullves and galaTon finch to help

20 Saturday wind N clear Thrashed fall wheat 124 bushed 108 oats Mashine broke dawn james Learn here at night

21 Sunday wind S clear to Disiple Church E Shepard preached Randall to 2 church Sler preached

22 Monday wind SE Rain to Neal taylors. to Old Mr Taylors funeral D Apeford To London for Repairs

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