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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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30 Thrusday WD {wind} Blustery Not well. joe done choars

31 fryday WD {wind} W clear Not well joe choped and Done choars. hanah Learn her in the evening

APril 1876

1 Satruday WD {wind} NE clear To Belmont got wagon box got from potts 12 pie tins 12 hooks got from Dyer 1 lb Tobacoe {10 above} 12 yrds cord 1 broom 30 ct. got 1 shoe set at Abbotts. joe choped and choared. star calved let john Denis have a bull $15

2 Sunday WD {wind} SW clear at home Dan Gracey To Tea joe here. Star cow had a calf

3 Monday WD {wind} clear Done choars. joe choped pide had a calf Narm in the bush Syrep 50 lb

4 Tuesday WD {wind} S clear Done chaors joe killed 2 calves. choped after Norm in bush

5 Wednesday WD {wind} S snow rain fore noon shook millet fore noon joe choped after noon Norm in bush fetched Syrep 46 lb

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