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Eustatia Plantation, Mississippi, Account Book
			
                            A                           83 
DAILY RECORD OF PASSING EVENTS on Eustatia      Plantation,
      during the week commencing on the 16th day of Dec   1860   8
                                                                 5

63 lbs                16  Sunday.           Gave the negroes tobacco.  Jenney
pork.                                    sick.  Cloudy but cold day.  Shipped 51 bales
                                         of cotton per Vicksburg.



39 lbs of             17  Monday.              Jim ground 40 bushels corn.  Green hauled
pork of which                            wood.  Phil hauled cotton seed.  Peter & Jackson
6 were from                              hauled corn.  Balance gathered corn.  9 loads
barrel opened                            of corn hauled.  218 lbs pork in the last barrel.
to night.  3 Small
loads of seed
from the Drs          18  Tuesday.

40 lbs pork                              Old Peter hauled seed from Dr Langley's.  Phil Peter
3 small loads                            Green hauled corn.  Tom & Joe Claiborne reshingling
of seed from                             Old Peters house.  Jackson sick.  Balance gathered
the Drs                                  corn.  12 loads of corn.
                      19  Wednesday.
40 lbs pork.                                 Same work as yesterday.  Minerva sick.
3 small loads                               13 loads of corn but not all full loads.
of seed from
the Drs.

40 lbs pork           20  Thursday.               Same work as yesterday.  Minerva sick.
1 small & 1                              Finished hauling seed from the Drs.  Fine day 
large load of                            but rather bad roads.  11 loads of corn hauled
seed from the                            to day.  Returned 2 coils of rope to Dr Langley in
Drs                                      pay for rope borrowed on the 10th & 14th days of Dec

38 1/2 lbs            21  Friday.             Lit Peter, Phil, Green & Old Peter hauled
pork.                                    corn.  Tom & Joe Claiborne reshingling Old Peters
                                         house.  Balance gathered corn.  Old Peter also
                                         hauled two loads of wood.  14 loads of corn.  
                                          Minerva sick

39 3/4 lbs            22  Saturday.           Lit Peter Phil Green & Jackson hauled corn.
pork.                                    Tom & Joe Claiborne finished reshingling Old Peter's 
                                         house & braced the corn cribs.  Elijah, Jim Kinney, Henney
                                         Betsy Uslem Celeste & Lit Sarah shelled & sacked 50 bushels
                                         corn.  Polly cleaned out Overseer's house.  Minerva sick
                                         Balance gathered corn.  13 loads of corn to day.             
			
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Eustatia Plantation, Mississippi, Account Book

Eustatia Plantation, Mississippi, Account Book

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