Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mrs. Semmes” in chapter 1.38 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
In Virginia, the supply of bread even was exhausted, and little more could be expected until after the next wheat crop came in. Provisions of all kinds were enormously high.
For instance, said Mrs. Semmes , at our New Year's dinner in 1864, we had to pay $110 for the turkey to grace the feast.
That was one of the last big dinners that we had at our house.
It was not such a big dinner in point of ...
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