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Caroline and Cecil Burleigh letters, undated

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thinks strange that I dont have some more ploughed & have a little corn planted he thinks he can take care of it, what do you think about it. Mr Jared says that the manure can in the fall be put on the peice [piece] he ploughed yesterday & sow in rye. I had Mr Bills put it up in a heap in the yard, yesterday Mr Bryan says that the rye where you had potatoes last year, is very poor, ever your faithfull [sic] wife Carrie