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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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2 Saturday wind SW clear to Wiliam Barrs fore noon got a load of hay Borowed to paid Next winter to Belmont after noon got from Dyer $372 ct worth paid him $680 ut let Camble have 2 bags aples $150 malass $127 cts Let frots have Molases $460 D Wagoner 1 bag aples 75 paid Dan away Randall came home at night got from pratts 1 shovel I pail $225

3 Sunday wind E clear to Newsarum to church haycock preached to Lymans to Diner Randall and Jan to 2 church Sler preached Dan away

4 Monday wind E cloudy sowed Barley spring wheat and grass seede in 7 acre field Dan Draged. Randall went to Belmont Jane to Eds put old Doll to Jacksons horse Sent milk of 3 cows to factory

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