Wednesday 20th. Mercury at 31 in the Morning—41 at Noon and 36 at Night.
A little Snow fell in the night scarcely half an inch thick. Weather cleared in the Night. Day fair, and tolerably [warm] for the Season tho’ the wind was pretty fresh from the No. West.
Mr. Bushrod Washington and Wife & Miss Blackburn went up to Alexandria after breakfast as did Doctr. La Moyeur. George Washington went up there also on my business; after having measured the remaindr. of the Corn at the Ferry plantation on the Hill, which with 6 Barrels brought home, and four given to the Hogs
|amounted in that cut to||49||Barls.|
|On the Flat comn. plantg.||87|
|Drilled Corn by Meadow||29|
|Do. by Fish House||9|
|Total made this yr.|
Rid to the Plantations at the Ferry, Dogue run & Muddy hole. James Lawson the Ditcher not at Work to day nor has he been seen since Sunday.
Killed the following Hogs to day
|From Rivr. Plann.||12||1876|
|Supplied Ths. Green with||300|