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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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16 Sundday WD {wind} SW clear at home

17 Monday WD {wind} SW clear warm Thrashed peas with the horses

18 Tuesday WD {wind} S rain warm Thrashed peas finished Norm and wife here To tea Norm sold to out to D f Moore for $510..,

19 Wednesday WD {wind} W cloudy at night cold helped Norm kill a hog fore noon cleaned 21 bushe peas after Norm To help. Lewis Simpson to diner

20 Thursday WD {wind} W clear cold DOne choars.. To lynces EW Learn and wife here in the evening

21 fryday WD {wind} E clear cold To Belmont got from Dyer 1/2 lb Tobacoe 1/2 lb soda 35cts Sam Legg and wife and Boy here in evening To tea comencd on buter jar

22 Saturday WD {wind} E cloudy To Belmont To mill 10 1/2 bush wheat got jar mustard to Diner To Lewis Simpson

23 Sunday WD {wind} N cloudy at home. Robert called

24 Monday WD {wind} N cloudy cold Done choars to EV Learns in the evening. let Limber have job to mak box $1,50

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