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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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22 thrusday WD {wind} S clear To hullsvill To Warons To diner To Babers to To Tead to phileps at night

23 fryday WD {wind} SW clear To Nisbits cullvers to diner To Willcoxs to tea to philps at night

24 Saturday WD {wind} S clear to Simcoe to yongs to diner to john to tea to philips at night

25 Sunday WD {wind} SW cloudy To Bloamsburgh to chruch Simson preached to phips at night

26 Monday WD {wind} SW clear come home to diner to to centes to Tea To Randall home at night

27 Tuesday WD {wind} S rain to Andrew Roberts funeral. George Learn and wife to diner father and mother went home paid him 50 cts

28 Wednesday WD {wind} W clear cultivated corn joe to help

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