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William Beattie Diary, 1866-1867

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MARCH, MONDAY, 5. 1866

Cold footy day we was clening Wheat. Low piged to day Thirteen pigs


verry cold day I was at Elora fair it was a verry large Fair prices rather lower George at Guelph with wheat 47 Bushels at one doller per bushel


Colder to day we was at Guelph Fair we had wheat 25 1/2 Bush at $1. per Bushel large cattle Fair prices low


Not so cold to day we was clening wheat in the fornoon I was at Mr. McGaes Funrel in the afternoon great excitement in Guelph the Riflmen going to the lines


rather cold to day I was at Johns this afternoon at a partie George at Guelph with Wheat 45 Bushels sold at Goldies 1$ 1 cent for Bushel all Bills


at home to day clening Wheat. Sold our fat cattle to day at four Dollers & a quarter per Hunder live weight

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