Thursday 7th. Mercury at 36 in the Morning—40 at Noon and 36 at Night.
Wind Southerly all day and Weather lowering. In the afternoon it began to rain slowly, & continued to do so I believe through the Night.
Rid to the Ferry, Dogue run & Muddy hole Plantations—also to the Mill, & to the Ditchers—Grubbing at the first place and beating out & cleaning, for house use, Corn at the latter. Gathering in, and husking this at Dogue run.
The Wheat made, and disposition of it at the Ferry is as follow
|Made||How disposed of|
|Bushels 245 1/3||Sowed||95 Bls.|
|Sent to D. Run||20|
|Ditto to the Mill||130 1/3|
|Acct. of Rye made at the same place and disposition of it.|
|Do. sent to D. run||28 1/2|
|Do. to Home Ho[use]||26|
|Do. to Muddy hole||19 1/2|
|Given to the Horses||25|
At Muddy hole 2 Stacks of Rye of equal size with three remaining have been got out, and disposed of as follows
|To Dogue run||52 1/2||Bushls.|
|Given to the Horses||24 1/2|