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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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26 Wednesday {in?} E clear

Rolled oats Alvin choard

Randall home at night

27 thursday {in?} E clear to spring field 10 {Aylmu?}

to Orwell. to peter

Charltons to Diner

got a Bolt of coton 44 yd

got curtens an wimcy

to Aylmer $15.5 cts

28 fryday {in?} S clear to Belmont got pete

shod 4 shoes set to Abotts

let hooved have 3 golons

of Molases $3, co {"cte" written above} let Odle

have 16 1/2 Doz eggs got

from him $4.05 cts

planted Beans {Tumnd?}

out the Bull

29 Saturday {in?} N Rain {"in morning" written above}

to Orwell got shingles

from Wicket 8000

for $2.80 cts per 1000

planted cucumbers

took the sow to Boar

30 Sunday {in?} SW clear

to gladstone church {Lymce?}

preached. Ann home

Randall and Sarah Ann

Legg and Bub to tea

gave W Barr $3.00 to pay insurance

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