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William Beatty Diary, 1880-1883

William Beatty 1880-1883 Diary 20.pdf

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1880

{a lot of the page illegible}
24 Members meeting in the church I gave Mr {illegible} ten dollars for Mr Matthews that makes up my $20 David & his wife & children came from Delta after dark John Omar came with him
25 David & Ad & Wm was here for dinner fine day I tended the cattle & split some wood
26 the Revd Mr Houston preached this morning Mr Matthews at night
27 I split wood took care of the cattle cold day
28 Ellen & me went to Ads for dinner John Beatty and his wife from Pembrook Mary Jennie and Duncan came with them from Young stoped all night
29 they all went home this morning fine day {rest of entry illegible}
30 I split wood {rest of page illegible}

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