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Nathaniel E. Leeder Diary, 1859-1861

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Saugeen March 4th 1859

Nathaniel, Edward Leeder's Day Book, and Memoranda.

Due to me by Robert Craig as balance when we settled three and sixty cts.

Janry 18th Salt Eighty seven lbs of Robert Craig

Joseph Fortney Thirty lbs of Oats

Do Do Do {meaning: the same as above}

One pair of shoes for Mother of James George Two twenty five cts.

On C. Seaforts Boots Two fifty cts. to J. George

Pair of Boots for Robert of James George Four fifty cts.

Soling Phillips Boots by J George One Dol.

Mending Fathers Boots by James George Twelve a half cts.

Sent to G Keep Oats in Eighty five lbs Oa{cut off} Sixty nine lbs. Oats One hundred fifty and {cut off} lbs.

One days work with of cattle without driver by to Jos{eph} Fortneys.

Half day horses and driver to J. Fortney's.

Three Bushels and a half of potatoes to John Weld.

Two days work for J. Fortney by myself.

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