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William Beattie Diary, 1866-1867

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JANUARY MONDAY, 15. 1866.

I was at home to day cleaning wheat it is frosty to day

TUESDAY, 16

It was a very stormy & blowing day George was at David Cupres Thrashing

WEDNESDAY, 17. 

Milder to day I was at William Murries killing pigs

JANUARY, THURSDAY, 18. 1866. 

I was at hom to day clening wheat in the afternoon Fine to day

FRIDAY, 19. 

Soft to day & sawing we was at Geulph with Wheat sold at Allens Mills One Doller & 2 cents per bushel 36B - 20 lb pork $4 1/2 pr 100 oats 28 cents

SATURDAY, 20.

Very stormy to day & high wind I was at hom

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