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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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6 Saturday [wind] SW clear Done choars john to Lymans. Paid him 10 cts

7 Sunday [wind] SW cloudy to New sarum to church Tomkins preached to Elurners to diner. paid to D Nucomle $1 for organ

8 Monday [wind] N cold snow Cleaned oats 19 bushel and heat fore noon john to help john thrashed oats after

9 Tuesday [wind] SW clear To Belmont to mill 16 bus got from jackson goods $2 let Dyes have bean 1 1/2 $1.50 Abott 1 bushel Beans john thrashed oats

10 wednesday [wind] SW snow at home father and mother here john thrashed oats

11 Thrusday [wind] S and N snow at home Randall and wife here to diner father and motehr went away john thrashed pats and choared

12 Fryday [wind] NE cloudy cold To Belmont let jackson have 614 lb flour $2,85cts $1,7,50 and oats 42 1,60 {and oats written above} got Boots $350. 2 brooms john thrashed oats choar

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