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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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6 Thursday WD {wind} S clear To Belmont got from Dyer 4 gals lamp oil 1 1/2 lb tobacoe $2.21 got cheese money $13 paid patts $2.48cts got frist of chop 26 bush

7 fryday WD {wind} S clear hot to Belmont Drawed 2 load of lumber. joe to john pettits Raison

8 Saturday WD {wind} SW clear hot to 2 chruch W jackson preached Randalls with us

10 Monday WD {wind} W Rain To Avon fetched posts from the swamp cleaned wheat 20 bags joe picked beryes

11 tuesday WD {wind} W clear warm Done choars joe went to Srpingfeild at night

12 Wednesday WD {wind} S clear To Belmont Drawed 2 load lumber let Abbott have 33 3/4 lb pork $3.97cts paid J Camble $2525cts joe away

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