Sunday, June 17, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

17 1 Clear and very warm. I was at DeWitts church this morning and also this Evening

Monday, June 18, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

18 2 Clear and very heavy rain last night and this morning. Argument court to day…Heavy Blow + rain in afternoon. Jno A. Fishner + myself had a dispute in court. Ross and self were at Peacocks this Evening.

Tuesday, June 19, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

19 3 Clear and comparatively Cold (new page) “Harrisburg Greys" met last this Evening at court House. I Recd Letter frtom “Chas. Brown phila June 18 1832" upon subject of Mr Berrys Money from EvansRecd [pr] B G Peacock note from F.P.C. Wrote to her in reply was at small party this evening by invitation from Jno M Forester at his house Shannon and myself when home with E. Peacock + F.P.C.-J

Wednesday, June 20, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

20 4 Clear and pleasant. “H. Greys" met and paraded this Evening with knapsacks. I Wrote to Wm Purviance Esqr of Butler Co upon subject of Stambaughs “Fare Talk"

Thursday, June 21, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

21 5 Clear and pleasant. “Harrisburg Greys" (I of the number) left town in march this morning at 5 ½ o clock for Carlisle marched into Sd town at 4 ½ P.M. under escort and encamped in the suberbs of the town

Friday, June 22, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

22 6 Clear and pleasant—paraded at 10 ½ o clock this morning with “Carlisle Volunteers" went to the “Barracks" partook of cold Collation wine + in abundance and returned to our camp at 6 oclock P.M. at 7—“Greys" without guns and with Roses in their Bosoms marched out to Genl Loackes 1 ½ miles from Town accompanied by Capt Alexander Major Armor Leut Biddle adjt—and many citizens –returned to our camps at 8 ½ oclock after calling and partaking [ ]Doctors

Editor's Note: Collation: 2a. A light meal permitted on fast days. b. A light meal

Saturday, June 23, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

23 7 Clear and Pleasant—“H Greys"pitched Struck their Tents and marched at 5. o clock in morning. Came to “Godfreys" (end bride beyond Harrisburg) when we rested and marched into town at 3 ½ o clock P.M. the company partook of refreshments at Gleisons (new page) at the request of Maj. Joel Baily- Marched to arsenal and discharged Baggage Waggon and dismissed at 4 ½ o clock all gratified and gratifying—I was at large meeting this evening at the Court House to take measures for preventing the introduction of the “Cholera" and cleaning the town—I offered several solutions—was Spirited meeting and held late near 11 oclock

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