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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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11 Tuesday wind E cloudy snow to Belmont got horses pete and charley shod 4 new 4 set got from Dyer Odele coton yarn 2 bunches $ 3 50 1 lb Tea {50 above}1 lb tabacoe {50 above} wick {2 above} $102 Magenta {10 above} 2 bag {beside} $472 to john pettits at night D Moore with us put up 2 little sTeers

12 Wednesday wind NW cloudy cold husked corn Done choars Randall away

13 Thursday wind NW cloudy to john petitts child funeral fore noon Done choars and Drawed 2 load of wood after noon Randall home at night

14 fryday wind SW clear Drawed wood Randall to Belmont got a bufalow Robe. to Mckelons for $14 75 D Moore fetched grist home from mill for me

15 Saturday wind S clear Done choars Randall to Belmont sent with j Troughton for flax seed 25 cts

16 Sunday wind SW cloudy thawed At home all day

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