Thursday, 21st June, 1866

Another beautiful day. The finest weather I ever saw for harvesting, so cool and pleasant. Patsy’s finishing off the sweet potatoes. They are looking beautifully. – – Nan took Shallenberger Pills this morning on acct. of chills. Had the desired effect. – – Bill advertised the five bushels he bought to plant for sale. Find he has no time to plant them himself. – – I am at work on some chemise for myself, finishing off the third one today. – – Wrote to Liv this morning. – – Oiled the dining room floor this evening. – – Nan and Zac saw a ghost in the garden eleven eleven o’clk. tonight, a small figure of a woman dressed in pure white. Nan was frightened out of her wits.