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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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19 fryday {in?} E clear {"mild" writtn above line}

to Belmont got home from New

an $2,10 {illegible word on top of line} got Toller freed

to Abotts $5.50 {illegible}

philip Done choars

20 Saturday {illegible} N snow {"cold Blurery" written on top}

Done choars to george Learns

in the eveng Randall

with us philip went

home at night

21 Sunday {illegible} W clear

To john Learns To Diner

Randall home herbert

an William Learn here

at night philip here

22 Monday {illegible} NW clear

fiseed for sugars jack to help and philip Randall

event to Lyons

23 Tuesday {illegible} SE clear

Took the Buckets to Bush

fone noon jack and philip

to help Drawed wood 7 cond

after philip To help

jack cut wood after

24 Wednesday {in?} NW snow {"Blustery" written on top of "snow"}

Done choars philip helped

Jack away

25 Thursday {in?} SE clear

To Belmont to Mill 26 boats

drawed wood 5 cont after

johm Learn an famely

ad sam Legg ad wife to tea

get cheese money $35.50 {illegible}

had {cbne?} $10

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