Sunday, September 11, 1831 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

Sep 11th Sunday 1831

11 1 Clear and pleasant--heavy thunder gust last night. I was engaged all day reading the "Life of La Fayette. Went to the Episcopal Church in the Evening with Mysis Clendenin and Jane Peacock.

Monday, September 12, 1831 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

12 2 Clear and Cool . "Orphans Court" today. Mr. Wolfersberger who owes me $2. lent him some time since at Wallace and which he is not yet ready to pay. Was in the office today-I was at the P.O. this evening. Ham. Alricks, Esqr. was there also.

Tuesday, September 13, 1831 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

13 3 Clear and pleasant. I paid Mr. A.J. Jones (Merchant of Harrisburg) $2.25 in full paid by him to Geo.W. Rawn. Phila. (a Bal. after $1. previously pd. for 2 shirt bosoms) manufactured by his wife for me- making this cost $3.25

[revelling?] in Market street this evening with Krause Esqr. and others. Maria Shunk daughter of Isaaac of Phila came to J.R. Shunks this morning having come from Lancaster yesterday- I was at P.O. this evening when I fell in company and became acquainted with Mys Hicks from Carlisle. Shock Esqr. came in also and we spent a very agreeable evening.

Wednesday, September 14, 1831 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

14-4 Clear and Cool. I was at Shunks this morning. Paid Mrs. Cuvzons this morning as per Receipt in full of Washing account up to the 7th Sep. Exclusive." $2.58 . I was at P.O. this Evening and with the ladies in at Shunks.

Thursday, September 15, 1831 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

15 5 Cloudy and Rain. Mys Mary Scott C. and myself were up at Deans shop last evening for medicine for Shunks child Mary S Clendenin and myself called on Mys Gleim from Pittsburg this morning.

cont''. Sep 15th 5 1831

at her uncle's. I was out this morning to look for a girl for Shunks Spent the chief part of the afternoon at Shunks. Mys S. Halderman being there. S.Shock Esqr. and myself called on the two Mys Haldermans this Evening and Staid till 9 oclock. afterwards we spent an hour at the P.O. Mr. G.C. Ball, student at Law from Virginia came to town this evening.

Friday, September 16, 1831 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

16 6 Cloudy.Cool. and some Rain.. I wrote to Julia Ann Rawn and to postmasters at Downingtown and West Chester today. I was at the Post. O. this Evening and introduced to Mr. Ball of Virginia.

Saturday, September 17, 1831 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

17 7 Clear and pleasant. I went gunning after Pigeons this morning with Francis Wyeth (Bookseller) at his particular request I shot 1 Squirrel 3 Pigeons and a dove and he shot nothing. I was at the P.O. this Evening.

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