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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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10 tuesday in Wclaudy snow to whites mill with came for chop fathers and mother here david Brown here Randall to new sarum to tea meeting.

11 wednesday iin Wclaudy to Belmoont pair YG gauces th $1.00 95 th got from nugent i bare saltand pitcher $1.45 lts thase from dyer 25ets gotchap from mill 26 bushell to games shirkes in the evening to tea gets 5 3/4 chees from hin 70cts Randall away

12 thursday wind S thawew Dane chars Drave dcik catt jane learn and llida hilll here at night Randell home

13 Friday wiind S Rain done choars lida hill and jane here Randall home 14 satuday in S wclara done hill went home jane here

15 sunday in S clear than to new sarun to chuch to w jane to new sarum day cock kneak new.

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