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William Beatty Diary, 1889-1892

William Beatty 1889-1892 Diary 3.pdf

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1889 AD went through the little field with the culturales the ground has been som urt that July, could not do it last week fine day 2. Sementted thestone and brought have a loss of hay theme heavy rain most of the day he did -nelugg 3 ti was helping to things fixed for the straty festival that is tomang samme showers 1 De firing at for the Festifal fa ... it was it Success. They cleared over fifty dollars man and money in the middle fiets It AT began to. were the Rye was somed 5 to went to I. Johnston and Brought to load of hay that all he is to get for the next five day he then went through the Beans Lathers things in ty los 6 Av. Mallarcane Philla drive in the has that was cut in the middle field three lands Wallace and Phillo helped they putin the old Ban over the cours fine day Tatende? The Session. tweele Rend In Richards preache this afternoon one assur mi Mallard to de spove the communier good mistory & At work id at the patatas in the middle field Philla went to Bracke ville to the Examination 1 9. It is maning in the middle will? 10 Th And Wallasis working in This little with the hass at patates conc & athen weatsaluto 11 to ane tiallows is hource in the fouricon and then at the hoy got a land in for Wallace. , 12. They are working at the hay gat in 2 loads " from the North field fine day 115 Hans Wallace-darwin 3 Lade sum the middle finde putitover the cases IF He Phail preach this evening have 11 15 90 mouwhen they both field west comunicat 16 to mause the orchard this boxnoon he then Willowmaud round the trees they then dress in two loads of hay from the unede

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