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William Beatty Diary, 1889-1892

William Beatty 1889-1892 Diary 8.pdf

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1889 September Mr. Pfeil preached this morning. Fine day. 15 16 Go and wellness clean two bags of Halloween eats in the growing itunes. That ring will then there 4 mill. Took into the de barn and cleaned bags of hay. May 17 Add it all to the event will for boys find this morning. He got back heave don't some Maine. 19 Add and this went to Miss Stewart's wedding. Fine day. 19 Aid recapitulated. Brought ants. Fine day. 20 Rain all day. No work outside of the house. 21 St. Went with Wallace to the slay's land. Home. He has his land to fix the forces. They took the standard with them. Sunday with 115 McPherson + student provided I have this evening. 23 To Knudsen hull. AO to dig potatoes in the little filby. The milkche tit. They are very poor. 22 24 Avant Vardan pushed this morning. There was only Barhet. They dug some in the can field. Fine day. 25 Aid and Te Nawlan dug potatoes in the north field in the forenoon. Nowlan worked in the journey. He had to attend thrashing in the afternoon. Aid dug. We are cleaned six bags of spring wheat and in the afternoon rained at night. 27 Add went to Sydenthoude with the guest. Fine day. After the rain, he got home about sack lock Mary deck. 23 finished digging the potatoes. They are very poor. Created a good many rot on the blues. They are the worst with the not. Heute Pheal preached this morning. Fine day. 29 30 Act picked the pears there and some topless.

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