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William Beatty Diary, 1889-1892

William Beatty 1889-1892 Diary 7.pdf

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1889 September 1 Mr. McPhail parceled cows this morning. He helped Bence in the morning. Warren dunged the dooryard to the south field. He's working with Breve, hoping to draw in. 5 Spent most of the day. Wallace is fixing a sleeve to hang off the gangster one to his helping. He's drawing dung to the south field where he intends to sow barley. 7 Philo and I channeled up the fallow land that was in greenery. We got it through the house when the stone to go with rent are millaria to sow hay to attend the meeting of Session. Norman was guessed in as an elder and signed the declaration and took me to Sand Bay, to the Communion. There was a good meeting. Rev. Finzies preached. I do work at the Summerfallow and got it ready for the set. The ground is in good order. 10 A.O. got a drill and drilled in 3 bushels of the old fall wheat in the northeast corner of the north field. The ground is in good time. He went to Sand Bay and brought home the colts. Fine day. 11 Ava and Wallace cut the case corn with the reaper and binder and stocked it in the down-can. They went to Bruce's. Got circular sack and soured hallacas. Was here. 12 Went to Gananoque to know the Charlie house acts on the cars. He told him to Williamson and sent on the cars to Pittsburgh on the big colled saysed to themselves. Stop at Gananoque to saw the train de St. George. Box. Wallace is fixing the granny for the tax and then took Smith Falls Reaper to the state. Started the Warren boys come this in the afternoon and thrashed out Wallaces off the Barlanoch part. Ours. They then thrashed our's. They finished about dark. Bruce's boys and Abby.

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