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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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13 Thrusday WD {wind} S Rain cut thistles joe a way. Randall and wife here at night joe come nack at night

14 fryday WD {wind} W clear To Belmont let Baid and Mcknikle have 43 1/2 bushel of wheat for 100 {per?} bushel $43,50 took note for $40. To be paid in 3 month. got from Dyer 200lb sugar $19. got a kitle from patts $1,20 joe picked beryes fore noon Drawed wood after

15 Saturday WD {wind} NW clear To Belmont to Mill let Abbott have 100 lb flour patts 100lb hoover 19lb Dyer eggs 13 Doz got from poatts #2,60 worth Dyer 25cts joe picked Beryes fore noon Drawed wood after

16 Sunday WD {wind} S clear To New Sarum to church Tomkins preached to DIner james Learns joe at home

17 Monday WD {wind} S clear cut Barlet joe cut round barlet and wheat Bell and jeny Stewart picked cheryes

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