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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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29 Wednesday WD {wind} SE clear Done choars. had lame side

30 Thursday WD {wind} SE clear, warm DOne choars. Billy Barns cut his foot. S Done it up

31 fryday WD {wind} SW clear warm Done choars. Randall fetched Dick horse home henery Sticks to Diner

Janruary 1876

1 Satruday WD {wind} S clear warm So the horses sweat in stable to George Leggs To diner Randall and wife. sak and wife and D F Moore there to diner

2 Sunday WD {wind} SW clear warm at home To Norms in the evening paid her $1

3 Monday WD {wind} SW clear warm cooler Done choars.

4 Tuesday WD {wind} NE clear cold Done choars got from john Learn 68lb beef and 20lb Tallow $3,25cts john and philip and Arney To Tea

5 Wednesday WD {wind} S rain warm Done choars

6 Thursday WD {wind} N cloudy cold Done choars got from john Learn 60lb flour they called

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