Sunday, March 18, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

18 1 Clear and very Cold--Yesterday and and today have been almost as cold as any time this winter--River past week has been very high--one day it was 13 Feet above low water mark. I was at Rev. Mr. Miles Church this evening with F.P. Clendenin

Monday, March 19, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

19 2 Clear and Cold. More moderate that 2 preceeding days. I attended for Natl. Henrie [?] at Henry's today before Arbitrations adjourned to meet same place at 9 A.M. tomorrow I was riding few miles before dinner and short distance in afternoon this last on Dr. Berghouse Horse--Dr. Bullock came to my office this afternoon. He and myself were at Alricks' in the evening--he and his neice left town for Bellefonte at 9 P.M. in Stage--I went after to Rev Mr. Miles Borrowed $10 of Esqr. Agnes of which he owes me $1.50- Paid Mr. Wilson amount of Bill for military Trimmings purchased by Geo. W. Rawn for me in Philadelphia $7.50

Tuesday, March 20, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

20 3 Clear and Pleasant was engaged on Arbitration today Mr. Cormick offering -took a ride 3 miles up the River 1 hour on Horse I was at Peacocks this evening. Henries and Miss Jane and Eliza Cameron Shock Esqr. came there---

Wednesday, March 21, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

21 4 Clear and Windy- spent day in office and read "Bride Lammermoor---" til Bedtime-

Thursday, March 22, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

22 5 Clear and Cold- Borrowed of Chas Carson to pay on demand----$20. "Squared with Esqr. Agnes this morning for money Lent to and Borrowed from him. I wrote to Mrs. R. Gemmel enclosing Rule to take depositions took short ride before dinner on Purviances horse--- Misses Peacock and M. L. Clendenin came from Carlisle today I was at Peacocks in evening McCullough, Findlay, Spencer, H. Alricks, Miss Walstling [?] Miss L. Ross and Miss Hartley there

Friday, March 23, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

23 6 Clear and Pleasant. Was riding on Horseback this afternoon in Comp. with Genl.Piper I rode Mr. Purviance's horse Mr. H R. from Butler County I took Tho M. Forstens sash home this evening at set half an hour [?] Saw Shock, Goodman, Findlay at Peacocks

Saturday, March 24, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

24 7 Clear and Beautiful I recd. new uniform Coat this morning made by L. H. Randall Three companies of Gov Guards" "Penna Guards" & "Harrisburg Greys" paraded today fired at Target and Elected Geo Gallaugher major I was Judge of Election for "Harrisburg Greys" Gallaugher had 57 votes. Walter L. Franklen had 42 votes--I was at Lyceum meeting this evening in Court House and Drank Beer at Chesters with St. Suth, and was afterwards at Peacocks where was Findlay, Vansant, Peacock.

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