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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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8 Monday {in?} W clear mild

to Belmont let Abott have

oats 8 bushel. to y sherks

after father an Mother

here to Diner an. {Degnoat?}

got the house at Lyons.

insured for $400 for three

years for $7.50. ctc {"ctc" written above line}

9 Tuesday an S clear mild

to London with Newon

got carpet from him 48 y {illegible}

for $43 to he paid in oats

at 40 cts per bushel

philip Done choars george

Learn and wife to tea

10 Wednesday {in?} SW clear

to Belmont let Newmon

have 54 bushel of oats 40 {cts?}

per bushel got each $1.00

Ann to {Alas?} finches

henery split wood {"at night" written below line}

11 Thursday {in?} SE cloudy Rain

to john cullvers funeral

Norman henery cut

wood philip Done choars

12 fryday {in?} S clear thawed

to Belmont let Newon have

oats 49 bushel {"40 ct" above "bushel"} and 200 feet

boards $2,40 got Talow 11 lb

thead 1/2 lb tacks 6 packs.

let Menite have 5 bushel

oats $1.95. W jackson

and wife to Diner and tea

Noam and henery cut wood

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