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William Beattie Diary, 1866-1867

Beattie_Diary 14.pdf

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MARCH, MONDAY, 26. 1866

Very stormy on the 25 & frosty to day I was choping this forenoon over at Enotville in the afternoon

25th Frosty & cold drawing rails George at Guelph with oats & Barley

TUESDAY, 27.

clening oats this fornoon & choping in the afternoon

26 Drawing Rails George at Guelph with oats 66 Bushels

WEDNESDAY, 28.

Cold to day George in Guelph with oats 63 Bushels at 28 cents per Bushel $17.64 cents

27 Drawing rails George at Guelph with Barley 60 Bushels at 52 cents

MARCH, THURSDAY, 29. 1866. 

I was at hom to day making sugar {troughfs?}

28 Drawing rails

FRIDAY, 30.

At home to day I rented John Elmslies Farm at the rate of $100 per year for five years

29th Thursday I was at Fergus paying seat rents George at Guelph with Barley 57 Bushels at 52 cents

SATURDAY, 31.

A little soft & snowing this forenoon. I was at Guelph with oats 59 Bushels at 29 cents per Bushel $17.11 cents

30 Drawing rails the others clening grain sold Andrew Hudson 40 Bushels oats

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