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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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18 Tuesday WD {wind} S Rain pm finished cuting barley comenced the wheat joe bound wheat

19 Wednesday WD {wind} S clear cut and bound wheat joe to help. Randall and wife to pick cheryes

20 Thrusday WD {wind} W clear Rain put up Barley and cut wheat joe and his father to help johns boys picked cheryes. Ann to Belmont after tea let Dyes have 5 doz 7 eggs got gloves and rosen 35ct

21 fryday W clear cool cut and bount wheat joe and his father to help

22 Saturday WD {wind} S clear showers Rain cut and bound wheat and finished joe and his father to help paid Alen $2,25 cts

23 Sunday WD {wind} N clear To New Sarum to church Tomkins preached joe away

24 Monday WD {wind} N clear To Lyons in forenoon Drawed in Barley after joe to help Randall and wife to pick chereys fathe and mother to diner Ann to Belmont let {os?} have 6 doz eggs

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