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Nathaniel E. Leeder Sr. Diary, 1863-1867

Nathaniel_Leeder_Sr_1863-1867 1 Diary.pdf

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N.E. Leeder's Day Book and Memoranda for th year 1863 continued


T. 17th. Jake & Ben 3 meals each incl. 2 to Louis

W. 18th. Jake Ben and Louis 3 meals each Measured the Cordwood cut by Jake 7 1/2 Cords at 1/2 a Dolr per Cord. = $3.62 1/2. Board whilst chopping 18 meals $1.50.

Th. 19th. Jake Ben and Louis 3 meals each Aaron 1. 390 Rails for Philips estate to myself.

F. 20th. Jake, Ben, Louis and Aaron. 3 meals each Gave Jake an {Oreter?} on Litner & Ruby for the Sum of three Dolrs. this pays him for the Cord wood and an ox yoke. I have over paid him a york shilling. Posted a letter to Uncle Henry

S. 21st. Jake Ben Louis and Aaron 2 meals each. Two Door frames, 6 window frames from G. Rupell. Ten Bushls. of Oats to Robert Patterson this pays him for 1 1/2 days work with his team by Mose Detweiler.

S. 22nd.

{Cut off; likely S. 23rd.}

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