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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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3 fryday wind E clear Dug potatoes fore noon Drawed corn after noon Ann pick the geese George C Learn To Diner

4 Saturday wind S Rain to Aylmer show To jesa Learns To Tea To Calum Browns at night

5 Sunday wind W cloudy rain at night To Aylmer To church. S Baldwin preached. To Edward Browns to diner at home at night. Rain

6 Monday wind N cool cloudy picked Aples 22 bushed Randall comenced to plow in midle field

7 Tuesday widn W clear picked up Aples 34 bushel Randall plowed W gracy wife to Diner

8 Wednesday wind SE clear picked Aples 12 bushel fore noon let Traughton have 20 bushel aples to Lyons show after noon Randall to show and Ann paid Hughs 48 cts promis to pay T j Putnam $ 20 for bad luck on colt

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