Saturday, 24 September, 1864

A blustery rainy day. The ploughs commenced work, but soon back to stop on account of the rain. – – Bought another doz. sora this morning at $10 pr. doz. Jim commenced hauling bricks from Mr. Spiller’s for the chimney. – – Let Martha go with Nan and Rose after Chinquapins this evening in honor of her birthday (Nan). She always celebrates it in that way. Had a piece of cloth sized this evening. – – Bettie Lipscomb came this evening for a pound of butter and one of lard for Mrs. Garrett, each $8 ½ per pound.1Bettie visited Woodbury on 21 July with Mrs. Crow.