Sunday, June 30, 2013

Tuesday, June 30th, 1863

To day I commenced again to repair the mill levee with the same hands I had on yesterday. we worked hard all day and got the levee of sufficient strength to resist the high water let down from the upper mill. Mr. Charles Beasley came over and paid me for a pair of wool cards that I had procured for him while in Houston. My daughter Fawn [Florence Mahala Hall] is still sick. weather changeable and hot with the Ther: standing at 84°. Thus closes my notes for the month of June.

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