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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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17 Wednesday in W Blustery {"cold" written above line}

Done choars henery thrase

oats philip to school to

geage {originally "geagel" but the "l" is erased and scratched out} learns at night

John an Robert Learn

to Tea

18 Thursday win W clear cold

to {Pf Moores sald?}. henery

thrashed oats. W Brown

and wife and john Learn

To Diner

19 fryday {in SE?} snow

to Belmont to Mill 10 bush

of wheat get 1 shoe set on

george at Abotts. get 2 {pas?}

Magenty 2oets, condition 25

of Newon. cleaned oats

after 73 bushed henery to

help. henry got his oats 43 4

philip home at night

20 Saturday {in?} Wcloudy {"much" is written smaller and above line}

Done choars. henery cut

wood philip home: here

at night

21 Sunday {in?} Wclear {illegible}

to New sarum To church

haycock preached to

Diner to james Warwicks

philip with us

22 Monday is S thawed {"rain at night" written above the word "thawed"}

to Belmont to mill Let

pots have 100 lb flour {$ 3 m?}

got from Newsnan. {Toets?}

get work to Abotts {yorts?}

paid hostage on 2 papers

to Dyers 40 cts .

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