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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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June 1877

1 Fryday [wind] S clar warm done choar. paid William collard $ 77.50 cts for Drill in full to Belmont. got cheese Money $25 from Davison Neley Mare had a colt

2 Saturday [wind] S showers Some choars john choared sold [Yun?] 3 bushels of millet seeds $3.00

3 Sunday [wind] SW Rain To geroge Leggs to diner

4 Monday [wind] S clear Worker road teams john Sam legg Road Muster

5 Tuesday [wind] E cloudy coltivatec corn john to help to Belmont got charley shod to Abbotts 4 shoes .50 cts

6 Wednesday [wind] NE clear worked road john to an team Mrs [?] Brown and Mrs Bare to tea let geroge hae 1/2 bushel millt seeds

7 Thursday NE clear to St Thomas to diner to rawlands. Calles to charles got Anna bonet got a hat To tea to Weslakes john cut thistles {final entry diffcult to decipher}

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