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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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23 Fryday [wind] NW cloudy To Randalls to diner Ann came home let john Learn jr have 2 bus of corn $120 let Aga winters have 2 1/2 lb Butter 50cts john thrashed and choared

24 Saturday [wind] NE cloudy cleaned oats john to help 38

25 Sunday [wind] NW cold To Lyons to cheuch William preached to Randalls to diner Ann stayed to Randalls john at home

26 Monday [wind] N clear husked corn john choped Ann to Randalls

27 Tuesday [wind] SEW clear To R fulitons salee john Thrashed Ann came home

28 Wednesday [wind] SW clear To Belmont let jackson have 6 1/2 doz eggs 12 1/2 cts doz john choped got john 1 lb tobacoe pencil [5/6]8 cts

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