Sunday, 31 July, 1864

Quite a pleasant day. Nan and Bill remained at home, the former on her jaw having had it plastered with mustard for toothache, which she has suffered for several days with. – – Very few were at Church today, lack in warmness seems to prevail among Christians. – – Pigeo rode to cousins to carry a letter for him to mail tomorrow morning to Bake. – – Nannie Lewis sent a servant down with a note to Pigeo and a perch, a piece for herself and brother. Sent for shucks for a hat for herself.