Sunday, September 18, 1831 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

18 1 Clear and Pleasant. or coolish Fire very pleasant yesterday and the day before. I dined and Supped to day in company with Mr. Ball of Virginia at the Peacock. Esqr (Postmaster) and in the evening went to Mr. Lockmans church in company with the Ladies--

Monday, September 19, 1831 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

19 2 Foggy in morn--clear I recd. letter from Postmaster at Downingtown. I recd. a letter from A Boyd Hamilton of Pittsburg Dated Sep 16, 1831 I was at Gov. Wolfs and Mrs. Leslies this Evening in Company with the P.O. Ladies and Mr. Geo C Ball.

Tuesday, September 20, 1831 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

20 3 Foggy til about 8 oclock. I was at the Court house this morning to see Mys Honeywell who without arms performs very ingeniously in cutting, writing and sewing. Was at the P.O. in the Evening.

Wednesday, September 21, 1831 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

21 4 Cloudy. Peacock and Daughter, M.Scott Clendenin and Geo C. Ball and myself and F. P. Clendenin went Gig riding to Duncant Island today. Returned in Evening. My E penser [?]

87 l/2 cts. spent this evening at Peacocks having gone there with Dr. McKinny. F.P.C. and myself were in at Shunks short time and we were also at Mrs. Espeys all of us.

Editor's Note: Only this once does Rawn use a French word (“to think") in his journal entries. Whether the cryptic “My E" refers to Elizabeth or one of his other acquaintances is a mystery.

Thursday, September 22, 1831 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

22 5 Cloudy. I wrote to Myses Woodward & Spragg of Phila. for 3 numbers of "Saturday Courier" one for Rudolph Williams (Apothecary) one for David Hare (grocer) both of Harrisburg and one copy for David W. Rawn, Del. Coy--I wrote to Julia Ann Rawn today. The P.O. Ladies, A.B. Hamilton, Ball and myself sent to the Mys Ross this Evening.

Friday, September 23, 1831 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

23 6 Rain I Wrote to Tho Wridman at Princeton College today. I Paid Hought and Musser as per Hought's Receipt, $3.50 on acct of Cabinet work. I was at Shunks and Peacocks this evening.

Saturday, September 24, 1831 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

24 7 Clear and Pleasant. Mr. Bradley Emmons, Son was at my office this morning. I wrote to "Newpt and Ellison S.E. Corner Market and 2nd Strts. Phila. for Stuff for Pants Mr. Ball, Peacock and family went to Carlisle today. I could not go I was at Alricks this Evening and closed it in company with Mrs Clendenin who was alone-

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