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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877

AndrewMcFarlandLearn_1873-1877_217.pdf

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19 Fryday [wind] SW cloudy mild to Belmont to cheese meeting to Wh Odles to tea john thrashed and choared

20 Saturday [wind] N clear Cleaned oats 22 bushel john to help and choared

21 Sunday [wind] SW clear cold To New sarum to church Tomkings preached to Tomkins to diner john done the choars jane Stevenson to tea

22 Monday [wind] SW clear to halls Tomkins and wife to diner john learn and wife to tea john thrashed oats

23 Tuesday [wind] W clear cold To Belmont got the horses shod 8 shoes to abbotts got bobs from him $ 36 let him have Nole and hoover for $34 paid $1.75 To charles Learn to tea john choared

24 wenesday [wind] W cold clear To john learns to diner john thrashed and choared

25 Thursday [wind] W clear got sheep 6 from john Learn let him have baby To Randalls after john thrashed and choared

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