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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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31 Monday {in?} SW clear

to Orwell got shingles

from Wicket 7000 1/3 paid

him $42..00 slub cow had

a calf. W tansley an wife

here at night Randall home

{"June 1875" written in big letters}

1 tuesday {in?} S clear

to kings mill with oats

sold to Steeple for 45 cts

got $35.25 cts tanslet

with me. plated Beets and Melons. {"tel" smudged}

let Norm have 5 bushel

of oats at 45 cts

Randall home tansley

an wife to Diner went away

2 Wednesday {in?} S clear

to George Leggs. Randall

Maried to Sarah Ann

Legg E Shepard maried

them they went to

Waterford. Rain at night

3 thursday {in?} W clear

sowed oats on the {wheetd?}

Calista here. Elder

Rowlan to Diner

4 fryday {in?} S clear

to Belmont ordered

a scraper of Eler {scratched out writing}

Mckelon for the Road

let Odle have 8 3/4 doz eggs

got 1/2 lb starch and chees meg


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