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William Beattie Diary, 1866-1867

Beattie_Diary 27.pdf

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JUNE, MONDAY, 25. 1866.

Warm day & thundering I was at Harrisons raising a barn


Warm I was drawing dung for turnips George Maitlands barn was raised to day


Not so warm to day I was out colecting set rents this evinging

JUNE, THURSDAY, 28. 1866.

Colder to day drawing out dung at Fergus this afternoon at a meeting of church managers


Working at turnips a havy thunder showr this evinging


Warm driling & sowing turnips

30 June 1867 Finished sowing turnips very warm & drie.

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