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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Thursday, January 29th, 1863

To day Sam Sharp is still at work making the loom. The boys are still at work on the garden fence. I ground 12 bushels of corn. I also paid Mr. Renfro 39$ for the fodder & peas purchased from him some time since. I also purchased from Mr. Pennington six hogs for which I paid him 3$ per head to be allowed in our settlement. Mother & Toby left for home, she however returned in the evening. Nellie and the Major [James Hall Sharp] doing well. weather clear & cool, with a frost at night.

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