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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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25 Satruday WD {wind} W Rain Cut clover charles choa sold old Bounce marl To Marshel for $25.00 to be paid in six month shirk painted 1/2 day

26 Sunday WD {wind} N&S clear To 2 chruch Lynce preached Randall and wife to tea

27 Monday WD {wind} W clear cut clover and raked charley and limber to help after noon shirk painted

28 Tuesday WD {wind} E clear cut clover finished cutting put up limber and Charley to help after noon

29 Wednesday WD {wind} E clear To Belmont got cheese money $40.00 got boots from Der $3.50. got horse shod 4 shoes set to Abbotts. Raked clover after noon fiished limber and charley to help fetched Randalls bugy home

30 Thursday WD {wind} W cloudy Dug potatoes charley to help shirk painted Ann went to Randalls took flour and bugy To Randall

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