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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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16 thursday wind E clear to Mapleton got 4 shoes set on horses got from W Appleford hungarian hay 1 tun for $6 Dan split stakes Py Putnam sessed me for $3500

17 fryday wind NE clear gethered sap 3 tubs Boiled let Py Putnam have 8 bushel 19lbs wheat $9.81 side pork 41 lbs $5"13 d paid him in full to date Dan split stakes afternoon

18 Saturday wind E clear to Mapleton for hay forenoon to Belmont afternoon got from Dyer 2 spreads $525 1 1/2 lb tobacoe 75 cts let him have 1 1/2 bushel aples 3 galons Molases 16 1/2 lb buter 10 doz eggs let Y cambele have 3 aples $150 got hitch nanes $1 curcomb 20 cts Dan split stakes forenoon went away after noon Randall came home at night John Hawkin with him

19 Sunday wind E clear to Newsarum to church Haycock preached to dine to Lymans Randall home John Hawkins here. Dan away

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