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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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January 1877

1 Monday [wind] SE clear To Lyons town meeting voted fo fuliton simpson charleton Bentley Ann to johns to diner to Randalls john thrashed oats

2 Tuesday [wind] E clear Drawed 1 load wood sent for the canadian Baptist paper3. $5.25ct to Belmont got chock for cheese$10 Randall here at night john thrashed oats

3 Wednesday [wind] NW NE clear to London paid taxes on swamp. Randall with me left cap to Belts to be cleaned and fixed Lyman and fam to diner Eckworth here at night john thrashed

4 Thursday [wind] SW clear To Enick Sminths to diner to the swamp john Done choars W Eckworth here day and night

5 Fryday [wind] SW cloudy To Belmont got lamp oil of jackson 4gals $2.10 to 23 tea 37 let him have drye Apples bushels 4 and 15 lb paid john 62 1/2 David Mondaville to diner john choared thrashed

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