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William Beatty Diary, 1889-1892

William Beatty 1889-1892 Diary 4.pdf

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1889 Ludy 17 80 an wallace dreven S lands of hoy from the Month last corner of the north field put 18 part of it in the Near Boru think a load home they drew in 3 loads of he took one home they ra ked andrew 2 land, from the orchard V 19 They dowe in , load of hay from the North field he take it hancer they put up that in cocks heavy rain in the afternoon so that they could do nothing I heavy rain last night nothing done to day 12 21 Mr/IK Phail preached this morning 22 Avx Wallace raket and drew in 2 tracks h them home and cake up a lot fine day Hiney Moving has been fixing the Reaper all day fine day 23 heavy rain last night he got is so that l' pe the horses to in and got into the lain and back to 24 At ane Henry got the Reaper standee this foreman are cut and having the fall wheat it did wird Wallace & they drew in 3 loads of The hay that was in cock tanker 25 to and Wallace drevo hay that was in cack 4 loads Took 2 to Wallows I hear and home 26 Av and Wallons drew in 3 loads of hay one he and two home fine day Chilo helped 27. heavy rain This morning and nearly all day work done HT Mc Phail preached this morning 27 28 29 heavy rain this foreroon a hand in the little field in the afternoon among the! they are not much the flyers hunt the 30 Ad placed in the North East corner of the l'ex the fiche the ground is rather unit - 31 40 and Wallace down in the fall wheat and is

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