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Mr. Bradley is going to plow the two fields west of the orchards and the field on top of the hill [[strikethrough]] above [[/strikethrough]] this side of the woods.  We have cut down all the brush in the fields and burnt them over.

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We have pruned the apple trees in both orchards and the field by the blacksmith shop and most of those around the house.

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We have sent for sample copies of The Farm Journal and American Agriculturist also for a catalogue of the "Farmers Handy Wagon" of which Mr Bradley told us, and expects to order one soon.

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We have pruned the grape vines 
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