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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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5 fryday wind W clear cold fixed fence piled boards Randall chaped. to george Aplefords in The evening Randall and Ann with met to Tea

6 Saturday wind N clear to Hills to diner to covnant MeeTing in The afternoon Ann at home Randall To Belmont Robert Learn here at night

7 Sunday wind E cloudy at home Randall away Robert Learn here to diner

8 Monday wind E cloudy Rain Done choars had a cold and lame buck Randall home at night

9 tuesday wind SW Rain I was sick Randall chaped and Done choars

10 Wednesday wind W cloudy I was sick geting beter Randall chaped and Done choars sent a leter to Philip cullvers

11 Thursday wind SW cloudy Rain caryed in corn to the crib 142 bushel Randall helped

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