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Eustatia Plantation, Mississippi, Account Book
			
6                           A
DAILY RECORD OF PASSING EVENTS on Eustatia Plantation,
      during the week commencing on the 29 day of Jenuary 1860
                         George R Clark   Overseer.

the 29   Sunday.  This day clear & cool  The Negroes all
         at rest to day.  I received 12 bales hay
         to day by the Steamer Vicksburg

                                                 3 sick
the 30   Monday.  This day clowdy with rain  The woman
         knocking down cotton stalks  The men halling
         corn from a boat  Mrs Eustis bought 608 
         bushels corn in the year from a man by the 
         name of A Riggs this morning
        9 ploughs runing
                                                 3 sick
the 31   Tuesday.  Rain to day.  River still riseing
         The same work to day as yesterday
         The men halling corn from the boat  The 
         woman knocking down cotton stalks
         9 ploughs runing
Febuary                                      3 sick
the 1    Wednesday.  This day clear & cold  The same
         work as yesterday  River falling it fell 1 inch
         I finished halling the corn from the boat
         I received 608 bushels of corn in the year
         and 123 bushels shelled corn  Mrs Eustis paid
         75 cents per bushel for the corn in the year & 30 cents
           for the shelled corn                       4 sick
the 2    Thursday.  This day clear & pleasant  River falling
         The woman knocking weeds down  6 men roling
         loggs  9 ploughs runing  4 at the saw mill  4 
         halling wood                         2 sick

the 3    Friday.  This day clear & pleasant  The same 
         work as yesterday  River falling



                                              2 sick



the 4    Saturday.  This day clowdy with rain in the
         afternoon  The same work to as yesterday
         River still falling at the rate of 12 inches
         in 24 hours

                                                 3 sick       
 
			
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Eustatia Plantation, Mississippi, Account Book

Eustatia Plantation, Mississippi, Account Book

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