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Eustatia Plantation, Mississippi, Account Book
			
68                          A
DAILY RECORD OF PASSING EVENTS on Eustatia              Plantation,
      during the week commencing on the 11th day of November 1860 
                                                 Overseer.

                      11  Sunday.           All at rest.  Gave all the hands one quart of molasses
                                         each on condition of their taking less meat during
                                         the week.  2 sick


                      
Shipped               12  Monday.               Polly & Maria Anderson sewing & filling sacks of cotton seed.
51 bales per Vicks                         Jackson hauled wood 2 loads and the cotton from the field.
burg & opened                              Tom repairing the children's house.  3 sick.  Basil making collars.
X barrel of pork                           Abe cart-boy.  Balence picking cotton.
from St Louis
Gave out - 31 lbs.
                      13  Tuesday.                Polly & Maria Anderson sewing & filling sacks of seed.
31 1/2 lbs pork                              Jackson hauled two loads of wood & the cotton.  Basil making
given out.                                   collars.  Tom repairing Nurse house.  Abe cart-boy.  3 sick balance
Gave out 32                                  picking cotton.  1st bale of sacks contained 251 sacks all of which
sacks from 2nd                               have been filled with seed.
bale of sack fr
Maginnis              14  Wednesday.                 Polly sewing sacks.  Jackson hauled 3 loads of wood & the cotton
30 1/2 lbs pork                              Basil making collars & taking care of mules.  Joe Gaines keeping stock
50 sack fr 2nd bale                          of the corn field.  Tom repairing Nurse house.  Abe cart-boy.  2 sick
filled to night                              & balance picking cotton
  32
  50
  25
 107 sacks
38 lbs pork           15  Thursday.                 Polly sewing sacks.  Jackson hauled wood & cotton.  Peter hauled
25 sacks from 2nd                            cord wood.  Basil making collars & taking care of mules.  Joe minding
               bale                          cornfield.  Tom repairing quarters.  Abe cart-boy.  Jim Peter Patsy Ann
     31                                      Dick Betsy Uslem at the Gin.  3 sick and balance picking
     31 1/2                                  cotton
     30 1/2
     38               16  Friday.                 Polly sewing sacks.  Jackson & Peter with the carts Basil making 
     40                                      collars & c.  Joe minding cornfield.  Tom repairing quarters.  Abe cartboy.  Jim & c
    171                                      at the Gin.  4 sick and balance picking cotton
40 1/4 lbs pork                              
                                             17/836(49
    171                                         68 
     36                                         156
      9                                         153
    216 in the      
St Louis barrel
17/164      
                      17  Saturday.                 Polly on the scaffold.  Basil making collars.  Jackson hauled
36 1/2 lbs pork.                             wood & cotton.  Joe minding cornfield.  Tom repairing quarters.  Abe Cartboy
Returned to Mr                               Jim Old Peter, Lit Peter Matilda William Stepney Dick Elijah pressed out
Dameron 1                                    21 bales cotton.  Balance picking cotton.  Commenced at the lower 
barrel pork                                  gate after dinner.
& blacking 21
bales pressed 
			
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Eustatia Plantation, Mississippi, Account Book

Eustatia Plantation, Mississippi, Account Book

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