Saturday, February 6, 2010
To day I went to Crockett. it was very cold & cloudy. while there I collected from R. DOUGLASS 73¢, and paid out 30¢ to MCLEMORE. at home Albert at work in the clearing.
Friday, February 5, 2010
Thursday, February 4, 2010
To day Martin & Albert returned from Crockett with the wagons, and negro woman Louisa, also 5 gals. of whiskey. it rained the entire day with rather cool wind.
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
To day I sent negro man Martin & Albert to Crockett with oxen, to bring home the wagons & negro woman Louisa heretofore purchased. I [done?] nothing today. weather cool & cloudy with every prospect of rain. Planted 3 double rows of peas & 5 short rows of Tom Thumb peas.
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
To day I loaned to L. E. DOWNES [$_____] in cash, he going to Galveston. I also wrote to Mr. WRIGLEY at Liberty to send negro woman Rachael home, and I returned home in the evening finding all well and Albert at work in the clearing. The weather had moderated considerably but still cold & a frost at night.
Monday, February 1, 2010
Still in Crockett and to day I purchased a negro woman named Louisa for which I paid in cash [$1250?]. at home Albert at work in the clearing. The weather still cold & hoary frost at night.
Sunday, January 31, 2010
Still in Crockett and on to day had a settlement with Mrs. C.C. HALL in which