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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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5 thursday win w clear to spring field with wheat sold to kip for $120 cys 22 bustell got 500 Brant $300 Randall Done choars A Susprize party here at nigght Fathers and mother here and about co persons to the surprise party

I fry day win I snow to lyman learns got oats 26 bushesl en barley 12 Randall done chaars

4 saturday in R Claudy to belmont with oats to chap 26 bushel got from nugant i barell saltan from from dyer 4 lbs lea $ 275 sets paw john G fawcett $ 1250 fon cau Randall to Behmont

$ suunday in Sclear to elder to new sarum

9 monday in NW claudy Drawal Weal Fone Moan put cam after moan David Brown here at night Randall came home.

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