"A log of several weeks of hunting detailing what was hunted, age, whether male or female, if flying when hit [denoted by an asterisk], firearm used [denoted by a plus sign], and ammunition used [denoted by a ""C"" with a black slash through it]. At the top of the page is a watercolor painting and pencil drawing of a small body of water with plants, black ducks, a mallard, a wood duck, and a blue-winged teal."
Result found on the following page of: Langdon Cheves III Hunting Notes & Art
Account book page titled 'Domestic in Feb. [February] & Osnaburg in May' with a list of slaves and two associated figures with unknown meaning [likely measurements of fabric] by each name. Some names have either a check mark, a 'D,' [Domestic?] or an 'F' [Field?] next to them, meaning unknown. Calculations for fabric totals are provided. Some fabric was left at Corn Hill [Cornhill Plantation?].
Result found on the following page of: Mary Motte Alston Pringle Receipt Book