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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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31 Saturday un Nclear to Belmant got the horse shad to a balls & set get 25 1/2 lbs to bacoe from dyer hose matches pair galaury 1/2 lbs tea from W yeack son fon 40ets Draw 2 loadwas lower $300 from Randall

Set Ruary 1874 sunday win N L claudu to new sarum to church elder slay cock preached went with Dan gracy to No 4 in evening pair to Deacon New canch $ 1.00 james learn here at night

2 monday wind N E snow done choars Randall and jim heard soaly pair his mate $37.00

3 tuesday in wc claudy to st thomas Randall done chars got from cary 41 yeds caton and 26 print for $9.30, put in the merchan its Bank $306 to dies to fathers

4 wednesday in wealears done choars fane moan to serving field with wheat 34 afternoon, randall away Robert learn here at night.

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