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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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24 Tuesday in W clear cab sauce stake cuts fame noar dan spily stakes after naan put the meete to smake jane to Moans at night

25 wednesday in SP clear saves stake cuts Dan to help Dan belmont at night

26 thursday wind S W main forn and night moan N cold snow after drawed sap 3 tubs dan to help. mate lan Brown and Tanpates to jiners.

27 friday wind SW clear Boiled sap getherew 2 tubs dan drawed wood after moon

28 saturday wind clear sawed stake cuts fone moan dan to help dan away after moan to Betmont after moan git from syer goods $$2.25 sugared off 28th Randall home at night

29 sunday wind SW clear at home Rnadall home an to john learns philip ad Rd learn here C moan to tea, catits ta babe brown 10.00

30 monday wind S W clear Dance choars Dan spilt stakes Lenert will and wife to dines changed oats 10 bus.

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