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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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12 fryday wind NE rain put in sTraw fore noon Randall helped caryed in corn 32 bushel to crib after noon. Mrs Daniel Apleford here To Tea

13 Saturday wind NE snow 4 inch husked corn Randall choared Dick colt had Distemer

14 Stunday wind SW cloudy at home to D Moores To Tea Randall and Ann To

15 Monday wind SW clear husked corn filled The crib 200 hundrd bushel Randall drawed wood for sugar bush

16 tuesday wind SW clear Drawed wood fore noon To Belmont after noon got from Dyer 1 lb tobacoe {50 written above} 2oz nut meg {10 written above} 3 yrds Drill {25 written above} 12 1/2 g 2 yrds coton hired Clark procton half month for $3

17 Wednesday wind SW clear cut wood clark to help in wood house Randall a pedling wire toaly called falls called E Moore here in the eve ning

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