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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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5 Tuesday {wind} W clear cut corn john to help

6 Wednes day WD {wind} E cloudy Rained at night {text written above} To Belmont got cheese money $30. got coton 46 and shoes and other goods from jackson $9.35 let Mcbrane have 13 doz egg got tea 2lb1/4 cut corn after john to help

7 Thrusday WD {wind} E fogy mist Done choars john spred manure. gave order for a map in book stile from coal

8 fryday WD {wind} W clear To London with cheese 36b got boots and ships from Merit $3.50. To diner to gustons. john cut corn

9 Saturday WD {wind} N cloudy cut corn john to help Elder Rowlon here at night

10 Sunday WD {wind} E cloudy Rain {text above} To 2 chruch Rowlon preached. To diner to Deninses. john at home

11 Monday WD {wind} E cloudy cut corn john to help Rowlon to diner Randall took blocks for stable Ann got plums

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