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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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7 Thursday WD {wind} W clear Drawed Manure 7 load shirk painted charley choared. Mother here

8 fryday WD {wind} SW Rain drawd Manure 5 load shirk finished paiting I paid him $48.00 Took him home charles choared. froze

9 Satruday WD {wind} SE clear killed a pig. 89lb Drawed Manure 7 load Randall Took a load of wood home. charles cho

10 Sunday WD {wind} cloudy To 2 church Randall and wife and chrles Legg with us Lynce preached charles cline here

11 Monday WD {wind} N snow squals Drawed Manure fore noon 4 load To Sam Leggs Raison after. Charles cline went away paid him $1,,50

12 Drawed Tuesday WD {wind} N clear Drawed Manure 3{or 2} load forenoon to Lyons show after To Randalls To diner

13 Wednesday WD {wind} W clear to Aylmer show judge on horses. To Randalls to tea

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