Sunday, February 28, 1830 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

28. Clear and pleasant. Ice moved off in the river today in a body. I was at church in the evening.

Shunks Office. Harrisburg. March 1st, 1830.

Monday, March 1, 1830 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

Day of mo. Day of week.

1st 2 Mon. Cloudy and colder than yesterday in the morning, began to snow in the evening. Dancing School in the afternoon and evening. In the afternoon was not there but at court. In the evening I was there and this was the last nigh of the school. Up to this time we have had four [illegible] cotillion parties which Mr. Sylsby says is the complement to which we are entitled.

Tuesday, March 2, 1830 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

2. 3. Snow about 10 inches deep this morning and continued to snow all day by times. Is snowing now at ½ past 6 p.m. when this note is made. There is to be a party tonight at Dr. Dean to which I am not yet satisfied whether I will go or not. I have just come from spending 1 hour very pleasantly with the two mifs Clendenins and Mifs Ebzth Peacock.

Wednesday, March 3, 1830 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

3. 4. Clear. Snow melted very fast today. I was a court throughout the day. Sleighs were running today though it was not good sleighing. Tonight Mrs. Porter and Genl. Porter from Lancaster arrvd Shunks. Mifs. Mary Clendenin and Mifs Brigs Mifs Fahnstock [?] and Mifs. Hannah were there for a short time.

Thursday, March 4, 1830 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

4. 5. Clear. Snow melted very fast today. I do not know that the sleighing is pafsable today at best it does not appea to be in town. I was in court all day. I should have mentioned in yesterdays memorandum that I was at a Party at Dr. Deans on Tuesday evening at which was Genl Porter and his lady from Lancaster.

Friday, March 5, 1830 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

5. 6. Clear. Snow melting very fast. I was at court a while this morning. This afternoon engaged in courting [?] to Mifs. AGH. Party tonight

Note: The next transcribed journal entry jumps to August 27, 1831.

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