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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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10 Tuesday [wind] NE clear Boiled sap fore noon john to help john choped after

11 Wednesday [wind] N clear To Randalls got horses shoes set on front feet john choped

12 Thursday [wind] NS clear worked in bush finished let [ER?] Learn have 10 bushel peas [at?] 5 cts per bushel $7.50 traded oats with jim for peas 16 1/2 for 10 jim and wife to diner

13 Fryday [wind] NE clear To Belmont let jackson have eggs 27 doz 12cts got $250 {likley missing period} got seed to Matin got Bushes to Tibeh Let Taylon have 1/2 bapotto taes50 cts john choped {entry unclear}

14 Saturday [wind] SE clear to St Tomas put the Merchants Bank $96 all in the bank 400.0 to Elder Rowlands to diner Ann to philips john choped and choared

15 Sunday [wind] W clear at home Randall and Chaley legg called {uncertain}

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