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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

TUESDAY, 6.

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

WEDNESDAY, 7.

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

MARCH, THURSDAY, 8. 1866.

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

FRIDAY, 9.

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

SATURDAY, 10.

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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