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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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Janruary 1874

1 Thursday wind SW cloudy Dine choars. To misionary Meeting at night to No 7 john Learn and wife and W Brown To diner Randall away home at night Ed Moore here at Night

2 fryday wind SW fogy Done choars Randall home Thawed Rain at night

3 Saturday wind thawed SW cloudy Done choars. Randall to Belmont after noon Mateland Brown and George Lawer here at night. Thawed

4 Sunday wind SW cold changed at home. To EV Learn in the evening to tea

5 Monday wind NW clear To Harriestsville paid to S Bass $3.00 for taxes paid To john Dafoe 80 cts school tax to Lyons to town Meeting voted for cline Woodworth Stewart and Charlton and Hair Randall to Lyons to vote

6 Tuesday wind NE snow killed a Beef Randall and Ed to help H Herin to diner Bell fasqur and jane Stevenson to tea

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