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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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25 Monday chistmas [wind] E snow To George Leggs to diner john done choars

26 Tuesday [wind] W clear To Belmont got over coat from jackson $13.50 got cheee money $50 to diner to Mrs clines john choared lip Learn and wife here for tea

27 Wednesday [wind] W clear To St thomas put in the Merchants Bank $304 01cts got a cap from coyn $2.50 to Lymans to diner Ann To Lymans john choared

28 Thursday [wind[ E snow cleaned oats 26 bushel fore noon to Randalls after too stove there john choared

29 Fryday [wind] E snow Blustery Killed 3 hogs jim wilsey to help paid him 75 cts john helped

30 Saturday [wind] W cold Blustery cut up hogs 3 made sausage john choared

31 Sunday [wind] W clear cloudy To 2 church Mconel preached To george To tea Ed and phil here at night

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