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William Beattie Diary, 1866-1867

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JANUARY, MONDAY 8. 1866.

Sunday & Monday both very Frosty days we was both of us George Beatties Thrashing on Monday

TUESDAY 9.

a little milder to day both at George Beatties to day Thrashing & Finished there thrashing

WEDNESDAY, 10.

Pleasant to day was at school metting in Fornoon & clening wheat in the afternoon

JANUARY THURSDAY, 11. 1866.

a little soft to day we was cleaning wheat to day

FRIDAY, 12.

I went to Fergus this morning with the sleigh & to Geulph in the afternoon with a load of wheat 43 Bushels & 50 lb at 98 cents per Bushel rather wet in the evening I brought hom a new stove 21 Dollars in price

SATURDAY, 13.

Freezing a little to day I was at Mr. Elgies to day thrashing oats

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