Monday, 17th June, 1867

Showery. Notwithstanding, Bill started Humphrey and Herman cutting after fixing up their scythes. Frederick came after dinner and ground up his blade. – – Bettie hilled a few rows of corn in the garden, but her husband objected to it and she came out and went to sewing for herself. – – Sent the bushel of meal home borrowed of Dr. Littlepage. The _?_ brought back two gallons whiskey from Mr. Pollard for harvest.1 – – Mr. Cooke spent the evening and sat till eleven.

  1. Although the text here is not damaged, I have been unable to decided what or who brought back the whiskey. Click here to make a suggestion.  (back)

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