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William Beattie Diary, 1866-1867

Beattie_Diary 45.pdf

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October, MONDAY, 29. 1866.

Raining in the forenoon I was hunting or a hiffer Thomas Watt left us.

TUESDAY, 30.

I was at Guelph with Wheat 41 Bushels & 46 lb at 115 Cents per Bushel the highest price to day for Spring Wheat 160 Cents

WEDNESDAY, 31

cold day & some showes of snow I was ploughing County ploughing match

November, THURSDAY, 1. 1866.

a little wet I was clening wheat at John Elmolies

FRIDAY, 2.

Fair I was at Guelph with Wheat 45 Bushels 50 lb 130 Cents per Bush. highest price 145 Cents per Bush. Started to top turnips

SATURDAY, 3.

a little snow on the ground working at turnips

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