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William Beattie Diary, 1866-1867

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FEBRUARY, MONDAY, 12. 1866.

A good deal of snow on Saturday night & sunday morning fine on Monday we was drawing turnips out of pit Elesbeth Beattie came here to day

TUESDAY, 13.

Fine day a little soft we finished thrashing our wheat to day

WEDNESDAY, 14.

A good bit more snow to day we was grinding axes this afternoon

FEBRUARY, THURSDAY, 15. 1866.

Frosty to day and drifting verry bad wednesday night and thursday morning I was at hom to day

FRIDAY, 16.

verry frosty and drifting verry bad the roads gratly drifted up clening Wheat at hom

SATURDAY, 17.

a little milder to day but considerable share of frost we was clening wheat in the fornoon

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