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William Beattie Diary, 1866-1867

Beattie_Diary 29.pdf

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JULY, MONDAY, 9. 1866.

Sundy morning rained verry weighty fair to day & colder we began to plough our summer fallo at John Elmslies place took the reper to Galt to get repaired

TUESDAY, 10.

Warm & drie ploughing sumer fallo

WEDNESDAY, 11.

Warm ploughing I was scarifing potatoes

JULY, THURSDAY, 12. 1866.

Drie & hot cutting thistles in fore noon was at Fletchers raising in the after noon

FRIDAY, 13. 

Very warm I started to hoe turnips to day thunder & some rain in the evinging

SATURDAY, 14.

Very warm thunder & rain ploughing & howing turnips

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