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William Beattie Diary, 1866-1867

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JANUARY, MONDAY, 29. 1866.

Fine day we was drawing Turnips out of the pits Inclined to be soft


a little soft this morning drawing Turnips in the afternoon clening oats


Rather colder to day George at Guelph with oats 49 1/2 Bushels at 29 cents


Good winter wether I was working at home to day


Rather colder to day was at home fixing for Butchering


Verry cold & stormy we was clening oats in the morning George at Guelph in the afternoon 52 1/2 Bushels at 38 cents

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