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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


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


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


Howing turnips


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

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