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William Beatty Diary, 1880-1883

William Beatty 1880-1883 Diary 10.pdf

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{several entries illegible}
22 {first line illegible} the fall wheat it is about half {illegible} it was winter killed
23 finished the fall wheat Wallace & Ezra bound {illegible} Ezra cradled some grass {illegible}
24 Billie came home in the night Ezra took him to gananoque this forenoon he is going to Parnaham to work for {illegible} Miller superintending the buildings for him I intend going to Young for Bissie & {illegible}
25 I heard the Revd Mr Richards in caintown Mr Matthews preaching at night
26 came home this forenoon all well Wallace & Ezra got in two loads of the {illegible} there was a fine rain this afternoon Ezra worked at the turnips
27 Ezra worked at the turnips fine day
28 Ezra finished the turnips they look well
29 I went to Delta with Bruces old Maire left here at Mr Floods all night and took {illegible} took to Mr Stevens he is going to try and heal here sholder
30 got home this afternoon very warm day Wallace finished cuting the oats at the road they are a fair crop
31 I raiked up the bundles that the reaper left there Ezra & Wallace drew in 4 loads & Bruce 2 they were very large loads & got 1 {illegible} in {rest of line illegible}

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