a Cloudy morning & Smokey all Day from the burning of the plains, which was Set on fire by the Minetarries for an early crop of Grass as an endusement for the Buffalow to feed on—  the horses which was Stolen Some time ago by the Assinniboins from the minetarries were returned yesterday— visited by Oh-harh or the Little fox 2d Chief of the lower Village of the Me ne tar ries— one man Shannon Cut his foot with the ads  in working at a perogue, George  & Graviline go to the Village, the river rise a little to day—
Wednesday 6th March 1805. moderate weather. the wind from N. E. Several of the Grossvantares Savages Stayed with us last night. a nomber of the Mandanes came this morning with corn. the Water has run over the Ice So that it is difficult crossing the river.