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William Beattie Diary, 1866-1867

Beattie_Diary 36.pdf

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AUGUST, SUNDAY, 27. 1866.

some rain on sunday & this morning cutting peas & drawing in

TUESDAY, 28.

Drie drawing peas A{nnsene?} Bell star came here to work to day Thomas Wat started to harvest

WEDNESDAY, 29.

Fine harvest day drawing peas & cutting Wheat

AUGUST, THURSDAY, 30. 1866.

a little rain to day Finished drawing peas at home 21 loads

FRIDAY, 31.

Rather damp & dull this forenoon cutting Wheat in the afternoon

SEPTEMBER, SATURDAY, 1.

a slight showre to day Drawing in Wheat this forenoon & finished cutting Wheat at home & started to cut oats

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