Sunday, September 25, 1831 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

25 1 Cloudy and coolish- Jos. Clendenin

Sep 25 1 1831

25 1 Cont. Clendenin and three of his friends gone to Carlisle this morning. I was at Church this morning and spent the afternoon at Shunks. Evening at Peacock. Carriage (Peacocks) came from Carlisle today but Gig (Ball) [?]

Monday, September 26, 1831 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

26 2 Clear, Cloudy. Rain in afternoon. I spent this evening till 9 oclock in the office.

Tuesday, September 27, 1831 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

27 3 Cloudy, cool and Rain I rcd. a Triple letter this morning, Postman Red [or Recd] "Augusta" "Georgia" septr. 19th 1831 [illegible; smudged word] 75 cts. containing (enclosed in a sheet of FoolsCap writing paper) about the [crossed out] a Fragment (about l/6) of a Newspaper which contained a piece of paper about sufficient to hold what was thereon written viz" If you pay "the postage on this you may have it" "Nea Burket" I returned it to the Post office without paying postage. I Began this morning to take lessons in German with Mr. Resch. 1 hour per each day at the Rate of $6.00 per 72 days. or one Quarter. I was at Peacocks this Evening ABHamilton was there, and G.C. Ball after---

Wednesday, September 28, 1831 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

28 4 Clear and Cool. I rcd. a Letter this morning from Julia Ann Rawn dated "Sep 16 1831" which I am informed that Hugh Cheyney of Thornbury died or rather was buried on the day before to wit Sept 15th also that Mr. Hewes was buried within a mo. that is Sarah Hams brother, and also that the time fixed for the Sale of the old place is the 27th of Oct, Next

Sep 28 4 1831

28 4 Cont. also that Robert Pennell died on the 24rd of Sept. inst. Geo C. Ball was at the office this afternoon. We took a short walk. I was at a meeting of General and State Administration men this Evening at Kings- afterwards at Mrs. Leslies where Mr Ball and the P.O. Ladies were.

Thursday, September 29, 1831 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

29 5 Clear and Pleasant a cool, Shunk and Ball were at the office this afternoon. Committee of Vigilance met this Evening at Wallace's also committee for the distribution of Tickets (viz (Shrom, Rodney & Rawn) after meeting adjourned I went to Shunks where Ball and the P.O Ladies were-

Friday, September 30, 1831 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

30 6 Clear and pleasant.... I wrote to Julia Ann Rawn today and officiated at the Inspections ----Election in the afternoon was at Shunks ----at P.O. in Evening.

Saturday, October 1, 1831 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

Oct 1st 7 day. Clear and pleasant. I was at "Wirstlings foundry" this morning to look at stove, was at Peacocks this Evening.

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