March 21 – March 25 1857

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Mar 57

whether he shall keep her or
his late wife have her It
was snowing verry hard I
told him the papers were maki
ng out in due forn that he
must be there by 9 a.m. — so
we set out for the court house
he was determined to run with
her. If the case had went against
him but it went with him.

Su 22          I wrote a letter to Bro. Henry
last kt. clowdy with a verry
little snow falling at intervals
p.M. I & John went up
to Betsy town & on the way
I sold to Oneal one piece of
gold at 17$40. made 240 1/2$
& one 26 1/2$. I then loand
Riddle 300$ at 10 per cent per
month to Buy 1/4$ an interest
in Bricketts & co Ditch & dig
I sold Kelly a small specimen
at 3$

Mar 57

Mo 23         snowd last kt it is 3
inches deep this morning
cleard up . we all went to
ploughing in the garen

Tu 24           still ploughing p.m.
Moore halld a load of hay
for John Bass from Ma
deens. Maston pointed &
sharpd my old plough
cost 2 1/2$. This was done on
Monday evening. this eve
ning raind verry hard.
Moore & Yank was balling
hay all evening—-

We 25         the wind blew cerry
hard last kt. down went some of
my fence a part of
that between me & Hundley
we was nearly all day
putting it up again, P.M.
Yank was ploughing in the
field, the sun partially eclipsd

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