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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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18 sunday win SC clear to new sarun to church elder hayeaek Preachew wy hill and wife with us to james warwicks to diner Randall sick

19 Monday in SC rain NW snow Daechaars haw weak old was hoarsse Randeel sick toath aks

20 tuesday in L claudy dane chaars to behmant after moan to old dyesr sale pair dyer $140 fo shoes lyman learn and wife to diner Randall to Relmont to i u learns to tea

21 wednesday S fogy done chaars. ly man an betsey and a map peadles to diner randall away at night 22 thursday in S W Rain done chaars sold duglass the sheep 13 for $48 he pair me $10. D for Moan filer the Buck sew for me randall at home

23 friday in NW Blustery Lane chaars Randell to Behmont learn and wife and yeme hera to tea.

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