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William Beattie Diary, 1866-1867

Beattie_Diary 26.pdf

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JUNE, MONDAY, 18. 1866.

rained sunday afternoon & all day to day I was at the Blacksmith smiths getting fore shouse on the Horses


Faired of to day I was ploughing land very wet


Harrowing turnip land I was at Tinie Cattnachs Funral Mrs. Mutrie died to night

JUNE, THURSDAY, 21. 1866.

Warm I put in the first of our Turnips


Warm driling turnipp land was at Mrs. Mutries Funral this afternoon & soed more turnips


Very warm puting in turnips cropes growing fast & looking well

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