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Eustatia Plantation, Mississippi, Account Book
			
                            A                       11
DAILY RECORD OF PASSING EVENTS on Eustatia Plantation,
      during the week commencing on the 4 day of febuary 185
                              George R. Clark Overseer.

the 4   Sunday.  This day clear & pleasant  The river
        still riseing within 6 feet of the high water
        of 1859  The Negroes all at rest
                                                        3 sick



the 5   Monday.  This day clear and pleasant  9 ploughs
        & 4 harrows runing to day  The woman
        cleaning the land in the peoples field to
        plough  River still riseing  3 inches in 24
          hours                                         3 sick

the 6   Tuesday.  This day clear & pleasant  The same
        work as yesterday  River still rising  The 
        same as yesterday

                                                          3 sick

the 7   Wednesday.  This day clear & pleasant  The same
        work as yesterday done by the woman
        13 ploughs runing in the peoples field
           River still riseing

                                                          3 sick
the 8   Thursday.  This day warm & clowdy.  We had 
        had a violent storm of wind about 4
        oclock this evening which blew down
        a great menay trees in the field and one
        tree killed one horse and one mule
        that were plowing  River still riseing              2 sick   
the 9   Friday.  This day clear & cool  The same work
        to day as day befour yesterday
        River still riseing  3 inches in 24 hours
        Jr Langley borrowed 4 bales hay
          to day  about 13 thirteen hundred               3 sick
            lbs
the 10  Saturday.  This day clear & cool  The same work
        to day as yesterday.  River still riseing
        verray slow  I received 72 barrell mess 
        pork to day from St Lewis



                                                           3 sick   


			
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Eustatia Plantation, Mississippi, Account Book

Eustatia Plantation, Mississippi, Account Book

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