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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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25 Tuesday WD {wind} NW cloudy snow To Belmont got the colts shod To Abbotts 4 new and 4 old set got Nails 5lb To dyers

26 Wednesday WD {wind} SW cleare choars. Mrs Winters To Diner. Rain at night

27 Thursday WD {wind} SW clear warm DOne choars. Lynce To diner and paid Note $60.00 Randall fetched oats 40 bushel and took a load of wood home

28 fryday WD {wind} SE Rain warm Done choars

29 Saturday WD {wind} SW cold To Belmont Took wagon box to Abbott to iron got limber 25cts sugar and half lb tobacoe. paid Hawkins $24 for clothes left a pictor To Bons To frame

30 Sunday WD {wind} SW clear To No 7 To church Dyer preached To georges to diner

31 Monday WD {wind} S clear Done choars. To Alack Stewarts To tea in evening

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