Tuesday, 30th April, 1867

Raining this morning, nice seasonable weather now. If the corn was in the ground it would be very well. I transplanted another row of Early York plants this morning. Bill remained in bed, to miss his chill till 12, then rose and went to Erin where the hands are making the cow pen to have a batch of fodder hauled. Vessels are coming by now plentifully, for the purpose of carrying off grain. Its bearing a good price at this time on acct. of the scarcity in Ireland. – – Had the cows out in the Erin field this evening and Bettie milked the first time, across the creek. – – Bill rode to the C. H. and returned to supper, no letters or papers.