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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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14 Thursday [wind] SW Rain went to Simcoe to Ed Cahons at night

15 Fryday [wind] S clear to R Wil coxes and yongs to philips at night

16 Saturday [wind] S clear To Nishet cullvers To philips at night

17 Sunday [wind] S clear to David Barber at night

18 Monday [wind] S clear came home Margret with us to Belmont let Dyes have 17 doz eggs got john shoes $1.25

19 Tuesday [wind] NW clear cut cloves cultivates corn Margret here Dan Smith here

20 Wednesday [wind] E clear cultivated corn john to help Margret here Smith went away

21 Thursday [wind] NW cloudy raked hay cultivated corn john to help Margret went to johns

22 Fryday [wind] N clear cultivated corn john to help to Belmont got goods from Dyes $2.00 took grist to mill

23 Saturday [wind] S clear cut hay and Drawed in 3 load john to help Margret came back from johns

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