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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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March 1876

1 Wednesday WD {wind} N snow Drawed 3 logs To Belmont Randall and willy to london Margret and Sarah Ann here. W Lenard To diner let W lenard have 30 bushel oats got from him 1 3/4 bushel clover seed. Billy choared

2 Thursday WD {wind} N clear Drawed logs 6 to Belmont Norm To help To john Learns in the evening Margret stayed to johns got Billy pair boots and mitons $3..50 cts Billy choared

3 fryday WD {wind} W clear To Belmont got Dick shoe setlel Abbott have bag of aples got pictor from Moore Drawed 1 cord of wood in the Lynces To Tea sow had pigs 10

4 Saturday WD {wind} S clear Drawed in 6 cord of wood paid Norm $2 To johns for Margret Billy went hom at night

5 Sunday WD {wind} SW clear Rain at night at home Margret here

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