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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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7 Wednesday [wind] S clear To Aylmer Ann to johns to diner To Randalls. john choared thrashed

8 Thursday [wind] S clear to Aylmer with Wheat 32.7 bushel got $1.30 cts $41.75 to diner to T charlestons john choared Thrashed

9 Fryday [wind] S clear To Belmont to mill let jackson have honey 17 1/2 $3.32 cts got goods 43.72 cts ad cap $2.25 got Bedstead from Bonn $7 john choared thrashed

10 Saturday [wind] SW clear thawd Tusked corn. went to john Learns. john thrashed oats choared

11 Saturday [wind] SW clear To New Sarum to church Tomkins preached. to john finches to diner paid Newcomb $4..00 for Tomkins. john at home

12 Monday [wind] N cloudy blustery to john Lutons traded 23 bushel of Barley to diner Ann with me john thrashed choared Randall took charley

13 Tuesday [wind] NW clear thawd To Belmont to mill got grist Randall fetched charley home john thrashed choared

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