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Eustatia Plantation, Mississippi, Account Book
			
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DAILY RECOR                       Eustatia        Plantation, 
      during the                 2nd day of Dec  1860  . 
                                         Overseer.  H C Eustis

139 brot for           2  Sunday.            Fine day & all well.  Gave out 65 3/4 lbs pork
 65 3/4 lbs
  2 1/4
 pork
217 lbs in that
barrel of St Louis

Gave out               3  Monday.            Rain last night.  Began to pick cotton at 11 Oclk 
42 lbs pork                             Jackson Basil Polly Matilda & Bob hauled two loads of 
12 1/2 from old                         corn.  Lit Peter hauled wood.  All well and a fine
barrel & 29 1/2                         day.  2 loads of corn hauled from Collins field.
from one opened
to night
41 3/4 lbs pork        4  Tuesday.            Elijah loaded the wagon with seed (Boyd) at Dr Langley's
given out to                            Peter & Jackson hauled.  Polly on scaffold.  Tom reshingling
night.  1 load                          William's house.  Joe Claiborne minding corn-field
of Boyd seed                            and hunting mules.  Balance picking cotton.  Cold
from the Drs.                           day & all well.

43 3/4 lbs pork        5  Wednesday.          Same work as yesterday.  Jim cleaning the Engine
given out to night.                     Very cold day.  Ice all day.  3 sick.  Patsy Anne, Green
1 load Boyd seed                        & Stepney.
from the Drs
41 3/4 lbs pork
2 loads of seed
from the Drs           6  Thursday.              Jim, Old Peter, William Dick Anderson at the Gin
Gave Bob plug                           Peter & Jackson hauling.  Elijah at the Drs.  Tom jobbing.
of Tobacco.                             Joe minding cornfield.  1 sick & Balance picking
                                        cotton.  2 loads of seed from the Drs.


Gave out 43            7  Friday.            Same hands at the gin.  Elijah & Joe same work.  Tom reshingling
lbs pork.  2 loads                      William house.  3 sick & ballance picking cotton.  Fine
of seed from the                        warm day.  Hauled two loads of seed from the Drs.
Drs       29 1/2                        Ground 13 1/2 bushels of corn to day.  Received sacks Per Quitman
          41 3/4                        from A A Maginnis.
          43 3/4
          41 3/4
          43
           4 1/2
          204 1/4
Opened a    6 1/4      8  Saturday.           Same work as yesterday.  Ground 7 bushels of corn.
barrel of pork &                        One sick (Jerry).  1 load of seed from the Drs.  A very
gave out 36 1/2                         warm day.  210 lbs in the last barrel opened  
lbs - 4 1/2 from
the old barrel
1 load of seed
from the Drs                                                                    
			
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Eustatia Plantation, Mississippi, Account Book

Eustatia Plantation, Mississippi, Account Book

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