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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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23 tuesday wind S cloudy finished thrashing oats 218 bushed David Barber and wife here at night paid for Thrashing $13.75 to D Apleford

24 Wednesday wind SE clear to London to fair David Barber and wife with us Colen fergeson here at night Rain at night

25 Thursday wind W clear to help Soeughton thrah D Moore to help Randall and Colin fergeson To London to fair David Barber and wife here

26 fryday wind S clear to help W Gracey Thrash Randall to help D Moore father and Mother and D Barber and wife here at night. Randall got a pair of boots at W jacksons. $2.90

27 fryday wind SW warm to Belmont to W jacksons To Diner paid him $2.90 got 3 shoes set to Abots David Barber and wife with us Randall to help gracy Thrash

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