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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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8 Fryday [wind] SW clear cultivated corn john to help to Belmont let Dyer have 11 1/2 doz eggs$1,26 got goods $1,70[?] got order from simptson $21.00 Sarah Learn and herbert Nety Sety Clady to diner

9 Saturday [wind] S Rain to henry Roberts got order paid $21.00 cultivated corn after john Learn paid $6.00 Ann got her dress paid $5.00 frank Learn here at nightpaid pery $4.50

10 Sunday [wind] W clear cool to New sarum to church Tomkins preached Ann at home Randals to tea

11 Monday [wind] S clear cultivated corn john to help Nelley Mare to hoe

12 Tuesday [wind] S clear took Ann to kings mill to go to waterford george Emer and wife here at night. cut thistles after noon. paid for frank to charlton[?] $ 14.75

13 Wednesday [wind] S shower cut thistles fore noon john to help john hoed potatoes Ann went home Tandall and wife here at night beed swarmed

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