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William Beattie Diary, 1866-1867

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MARCH, MONDAY, 12. 1866.

Fine day we was at Guelph with fat cattle & Wheat 46 Bushels at $1 - 1 cent per Bushel

TUESDAY, 13

Left to day I was at Mr. Elgies thrashing in the afternoon

WEDNESDAY, 14.

Wet to day I was at John Metcalfs thrashing to day

MARCH, THURSDAY, 15. 1866.

Raining to day we was at Murtons sale in the afternoon

FRIDAY, 16.

clening oats in the fornoon drawing wood & choping in the afternoon snow showrs

SATURDAY, 17.

Very frosty with high wind & snow I was at Elgies thrashing this fornoon George at Guelph with oats 61 Bushels at 30 cents per B. 17th Cold day George at Guelph with 20 Bushels Wheat 144 cents & 28 oats at 34 cents paid Ann Jean Bell $5

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