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Eustatia Plantation, Mississippi, Account Book
			
                            A                       5
DAILY RECORD OF PASSING EVENTS on Eustatia Plantation,
      during the week commencing on the 22 day of Jenuary 1860
                         George R. Clark  Overseer.   
                     
the 22   Sunday.  This day clear & pleasant
         River still riseing at the rate of 10 inches
         in 12 hours
         I received to day per Steamer Vicksburg
         4 dozen weeding hoes  1 1/2 dozen plough bridles
                                              3 sick
the 23   Monday.  This day clear & pleasant.  I comenced
         ploughing this morning with 9 duble
           horse ploughs  The woman cleaning up
           land befour the ploughs  7 men pressing
           cotton  1 carpenter  2 halling fier wood
             River still riseing                3 sick
the 24   Tuesday.  This day clear & pleasant  The same
         work to day as yesterday
         River still riseing

                                                4 sick

the 25   Wednesday.  This day clear & pleasant  The same
         work work to day as yesterday
         River still riseing  



                                                2 sick
the 26   Thursday.  This day cloudy & cool  The same work
         as yesterday  The river still riseing

         Majer Chatards overseer borrowed 12
         twelve sacks of white corn to day 
                                                 2 sick
the 27   Friday.  This day clear & cool  The same work as
         yesterday  The river still riseing

                                                   2 sick



the 28   Saturday.  This day clear and cool  There was a 
           heavy frost this morning  The same 
           work as yesterday  

                                                  2 sick


			
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Eustatia Plantation, Mississippi, Account Book

Eustatia Plantation, Mississippi, Account Book

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