Still warm and dry. Nan remained. Bake and I attended Zion. Mr. Anderson was as interesting as usual. – – Man of God! A crown of righteousness is laid up for you. I’ve no doubt, and for all such who love appearing of Him, who comes to restore all things. Unworthy me, may I entertain one hope. We returned to dinner, though we were prevailed upon to dine at Hill’s in co. with Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, who returned with them for Church. – – Capt. Pug came to take in our wheat today.1Just when we were trying to identify Pug Hill (see 8, 9 & 13 June, 1865) along comes a Capt. Pug. !