Sunday, February 19, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

19 1 Clear and Cloudy Moderate I was at DeWitt's Church this morning with F.P.Clendenin, Burnt my Boot last night. Recd. from

February 19 Sunday 1832

19 1 Cont.- from Mr. Robert Brent of Maryland a copy of the Poetical Works of Walter Scott to be presented to F.P.C. under certain circumstances. I spent this afternoon and evening at Shunks & Peacocks--

Monday, February 20, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

20 2 Rain very muddy Myers Pierce called on me this morning at my Boarding--he is from Maryland went to the Lee of the Comwlth office and other places with him --I wrote to Julia Ann Rawn in answer to her letter of "Jan 31 1832" I wrote to Thom A. Weidman this evening spent this evening at Buehlers with Myers Pierce.

Tuesday, February 21, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

21 3 Clear and Cold--snowed 2 or 3 inches yesterday--Frozen hard this morning- Recd. from Mrs. Veiel German Widow FEE$5.00 Was visiting this morning with Misses Clendenin & Gibson& Peacock. Was at Peacock's this evening. Presented Frances with Reticule-

Wednesday, February 22, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

22 4 [February] Clear and pleasant- Bad walking towards noon. Target Firing by "H.Greys" at 9 A.M. and medal taken by Patrick Brady. Procession of Military-Clergy Heads Dep. Members we formed at Capitol at 11 A.M. and marched to German Reformed Church. Farewell of Washington Read by Mr. Wallace of H.R. marched back to Capitol and dismissed-- Trial and Court of appeal in afternoon of which I was Chairman--Splendid Ball in the evening at Matthew Wilson's which Broke up l/2 past 2 oclock---

Editor's Note: As noted in the entry for February 22, 1832, Rawn was involved in both the military parade and the ball in celebration of Washington’s birthday.

Thursday, February 23, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

23 5 Clear and Soft. I was at Peacocks this morning and evening. A O Hiester and Jas Goodman Esqr. fought at Wilsons this evening Several other disputes originating at the Ball.

Friday, February 24, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

24 6 Clear and very Cold. Also Masonic Convention adjourned last night sine die, was at Glass Blowers this morning in company with ladies, Miss Gibson and M.L Clendenin left town for Carlisle at 3 oclock this afternoon. Mr. Brien and myself spent afternoon chiefly at Peacocks I took walk before tea and was at Peacocks after tea came away at 10 and left Brien there------------------

Saturday, February 25, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

25 7 Cloudy Cold and Rain which freezes as it falls-I wrote to Tho W. Clendenin at New Orleans this evening Redc. Letter form Mr. Tage. Phila. spent the evening at Peacocks

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