Monday, 18th June, 1866

A most delightful morning. Eleven hands, in addition to our own, in the harvest field. – – Patsy, Addison and Phil carried breakfast to them. – – Buck came in time to churn this morning to have buttermilk for their breakfast. The rain prevented him last evening. Bill settled up with some of the hands this evening, gave $8.37. – – Patsy transplanted pepper plants this evening and replanted late cabbage plants, had white onions taken up. – – All that had fallen down. – – Finished off my three aprons this evening. – – Drew 400 potato plants for Mr. Trimyer. – – Patsy, Clarissa and Phil carried dinners.