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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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26 fryday [wind] SW clear To swamp got posts from sandy cury 26 for $104 to litle johns to tea john thrashed and choared

27 Saturday [wind] SW clear To Aylmer with oats 37 bus got $15. sold to Lewis for 40 cts john choared and thrashed Earnest Learn here at night

28 Sunday [wind] SW clear To 2 church Mconel preache lib farques and jane stevon to diner. to george Aplefands to tea john to john Learns

29 Monday [wind] SW clear thawed to cheese meeting to john stewarts Randall and wife here to tea john choared and thrashed oats

30 Tuesday [wind] SE clear Thawed To Nelson Learns george Learn and wife with us to diner john choared.

31 Wednesday SE cloudyThaw to Belmont to mill 6 bushel of wheat 24 of chop oats peas got from potts 220 sptes from Nugent slips

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