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William Beattie Diary, 1866-1867

Beattie_Diary 30.pdf

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JULY, MONDAY 16. 1866.

Warm with thunder & rain we was at Guelph & sold our wool 84 lb at 38 cents

TUESDAY, 17.

Warm with thunder & rain got a new reper & mower home

WEDNESDAY, 18.

Rained at fore noon

JULY, THURSDAY, 19. 1866.

Howing turnips Elesbeth Beattie left us & Jessie McBain came back

Friday 19th July 1867 John Ogg Started to work at haying we drawed in the first of our hay

FRIDAY, 20.

Howing turnips

SATURDAY, 21.

Rain to day again I was driling up the potatoes a great deal of thunder and rain this week

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