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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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Abbot paid him $8.24 jackson took the pigs away let creaner have 2 bags Aples $1,00

5 fryday WD {wind} N clear Drawe in corn. Ann to Lyons To Randalls Randall here to diner

6 Satruday WD {wind} S clear To Belmont let Dyer have wheat 8 bushel 28lb got 5lb nials 25{witten above} 1 condition powder 25{wirtten above} hald lb Tobacoe 30{wirtten above} file 10 butons 6

7 Sunday WD {wind} E clear to 2 church Lynce preached Henery finch and wife here in the evening To Tea

8 Monday WD {wind} E cloudy took in selor potatoes 48 bushel Elder haycock to diner father and mother here at night

9 Tuesday WD {wind} E clear tok in beets and cabage took the sox to Baxter plowed after noon Randall took a load of wood father and mother went to Eds and Notmgh

10 wednesday WD {wind} SW Rain Done choars. pain inn my side at night

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