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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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9 Thursday wind S clear picke Aples fore noon 6 bu to belmont after noon let Dyer Odle have 536 lb flour at $3 per unt let Abott have 1 hundred flour $ 3.25 cts Randall plowed fore noon

10 fryday wind S clear picked Aples fore noon Took Maple boards to Belmont. 738 feet for Dr camble. had D Moores Mare. Randall plowed john Doan had a cow to Bull

11 Saturday wind SW Rain to Belmont let Dr camble have 828 feet boards he paid $21 fore noon To help D Moore thrash after noon Randall help all day

12 Sunday wind NW clear to new sarum to church Elder haycock preached to Diner to E turners Randall at home

13 Monday wind NW cloudy helped D f Moore thrash fore noon to j g faucetts sale after noon got a cow and fork for $ 15 35 cts Ann to j R johnsons got yarn

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