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Nathaniel E. Leeder Diary, 1861-1862

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Saugeen 12th. 1861

N. E. Leeders Day Book & Memoranda. Continued

Th 12th. Posted a letter to Mrs. Creek. Phil. working at the shed all day. Pair of shoes of J. George for Eddy.

F. 13th. Pease to Rob. 107 lbs. Pease to myself 85 lbs these are the last of Roberts pease. 12 lbs of nails of Robert borrowed Philip working at the shed all day

S. 14th.

S. 15th. P. O Dolr. to N. C. Association if entered into.

M. 16th. Pease of Philip. 83 lbs. Pease to Fortney on Robs {All?} 133. lbs. Posted a letter to Sister Lizzie.

T. 17th. 104 lbs of Pease of Philip. Received a letter from J. Craig Esqr. of Southampton demanding payment on a Note he holds against me.

W. 18th.

Th. 19th. Killed my four spring pigs & two for Philip. Due to Mr Goble for butchering as my share 25 cts.

F. 20th Philip helping me all day

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