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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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18 Thursday wind NE cloudy cut wood in The woods Clark to help. Randall Done Nothing Mealum fruit agent here at night

19 fryday wind N cloudy cut wood in the woods clark to help Randall choped after noon. paid to joliff school tax $11 70 sold R tooly 2 steers for $37 to be paid 1 day of february 1874. Elgin Marsh to diner

20 Saturday wind N snow cut wood in the wood house clark to help Randall To Belmont

21 Sunday wind N clear coldat home jack Smithto Tea

22 Monday wind S cloudykilled a beef fore noonto Belmont after noon let George franeis have a quater beef $2 56 Mrs foster a quarte $2 60 and bag aples 50 j Black a hog aples 75ct Abott a hog 75 ct got from Dyer 15 lb sugar $1 50. an 2 lb bisket 20 . 1 and 4 lb Raisons 50 {illegible} 3 lb curants 25 1 lb Tea 50 and 1 oz cin 5 {illegible} 1 aunt {illegible} 6 yds shirTing 120 and 2L drill 63 cts 2 yrs coton 25 cts shod {5 above} returned slips 80cts

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