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Sunday, March 27, 2011

Wednesday, March 27th, 1861

This morning my cousin William P. Leaverton and family with his negroes arrived on the steamer Ruthven they having just got in from Maryland. The ladies put up at the Hotel but I procured from Jack Makinin his old restaurant for the negroes to stop in until they could be forwarded to Crockett by my little wagon which is now hourly expected with my own negroes drove in charge of Frank Stewart. weather changable & rather warm.

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