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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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20 Fryday [wind] S clear rain at night picked apples 10 bushel john plowed

21 Saturday [wind] S clear husked corn john plowed Randall called and got corn

22 Sunday [wind] S clea to 2 church Rowland preached. To johns after

23 Monday [wind] NW Rain all day bought spring wheat from EV Learn for $1 per bushel 15 bushel paid #15 john husked corn

24 Tuesday [wind] W Rain got wheat home to Belmont got for john to jacksons $3.53 cts worth got 1/2 lb Tobacoe 1/2 lbs starch got from patts 1 trap 2 Bolts 1 blacking. from Abbott 1 crew [drives?] got from Boyed & McNide $40.0 and a letter from Wm Meritt $14.50 cts letter from the dutch man with Ring john to Belmont {Unclear entry in parts, longer entries often become jumbled}

25 Wednesday [wind] NW cloudy husked corn john plowed

26 Thursday [wind] SW cludy sqails husked corn john plowed Ed got aples for cider

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