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William Beattie Diary, 1866-1867

Beattie_Diary 2.pdf

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JANUARY, MONDAY, 1. 1866 {to create each day's heading indent by one space}

Very fine day but no slaging [sleighing} riffl shuting in the afternoon at Hom

TUESDAY, 2. 

Verry fine day was over to Enotvil in the afternoon and paid the Taxes 18$ & 43 cents

WEDNESDAY, 3

Rather cold to day I was at Guelph Fair Cattle cosdrable {considerably?} lower in price since last Fair pork 7 1/2$ per Hunder Wheat 1$ per Bushel oats 28 Cents

JANUARY, THURSDAY, 4. 1866

Verry cold to day I was Killing pigs at John Beatties

FRIDAY, 5.

Frosty to day was at hom to day fixing cattle & Hogs cutting wood

SATURDAY, 6.

cold to day at hom fixing things

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