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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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15 Thrusday WD {wind} S clear To Lyons To Randalls To diner To swamp Randall with me

16 fryday WD {wind} S clear cool cultivated corn joe to help. Tillda went home at night

17 Saturday WD {wind} S Rain To Old Mr Mcolums funeral. joe away john Lawer and wife and pedler to diner

18 Sunday WD {wind} S clear To 2 chruch Lynce pread To W Barrs To diner Randall and wife here to Tea

19 Monday WD {wind} W clear to Belmont got 2 shes set to Abbotts let cap aroun have prok 17 1/2 bs Dyer 8 Doz eggs

20 Tuesday WD {wind} S clear went to philip cullvers to diner to center to tea to buners to philips at night

21 Wednesday WD {wind} S clear to simcoe to diner To Carlton cullvers to philips at night

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