Sunday, July 1, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

July 1 St.

1 1 Clear. Warm and dry. I heard Rev. Mr Wilson morning and Evening at DeWitts church and Rev. N Stein in afternoon, Saw Ross, Mueller at Peacocks this Evening.

Monday, July 2, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

2 2 Clear, dry and very warm Settled all accounts with A. B. Hamilton Editor of “Harrisburg Chronicle" and pd him $5 in full vide Receipt. $3 being for 1 year subscription to his paper. $1 for advertising my location as Atty at Law + $1 for advertising Land for Capt Jno Bloomfield. Paid for the “Alhambra" by Washington Irving at Peacock Book Store $1.75. Wrote to Woodward + Spragg for 3 copies of Saty Courier for Dr Lerue Lemer William Adams and John Bigger. was at Leslies & Espys this evening with misses F.P.C. & E.C.P. & Jno Jos. C. same persons were also at the Ice Cream house I pd 50 cts for Ice cream, Ross + Mueller at Peacocks door this Evening

Tuesday, July 3, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

3 3 Clear Dry & Warm. Pd for Military stuff 6 1/4 cts. Cleaned Mil. Apperatus. Was at Fine Pin alley this afternoon at Peacocks in evening F.P.C. and Self took Walk-------

Wednesday, July 4, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

4 4 Clear. Dry + Warm. I was Solicted as an officer of the “Harrisburg Greys" this morning at 2.o clock- might have been 20 persons in all got up treated them to Crackers cheese and varieties of Drink and Retd to bed “Harrisburg Greys & Governor Guards" march to “Episcopal church" at 9 ¼ oclock A.M. when this was an oration by Jos. Burniside Esqr. and the Declaration of Independence had by Mr Shannon Said companies then marched to and Dined (new Page) and dined in Mrs Hanna’s Woods-pd $1 for dinner and drink per price or head I drew in favour [sic] of myself a check on Harrisburg Bank [information scribbled out] $10- and Recd the money from Jas Peacock Esqr. to whom I at the same time handed $4 of it as in advance of my Subscription to “New York Mirror" Paid to compy of “Harrisburg Greys" Quarterly instalment of 25 cents I acted as Secretary to day at the Celebration and had all the toasts was at Peacock this Evening—

Thursday, July 5, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

5 5 Clear and dry and very warm. Several cases of Common Colera in Town-- I was with Mrs Sarah Baily at the capitol to day—she is wife of Hiram Baily of Del. County I pd this Evening as we walked the Street in presence of Jno. Jos. Clendenin to Edd Orth—the $1 mentioned for dinner on the 4 th T.J.C. was with me at B.A. Parkes when I served notice to take Depositions—I called with Mr Rogers at Peacocks this Evening—I Recd letter dated July 4 1832" from Philip Newbeker

Friday, July 6, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

6 6 Clear and Do-Wrote and enclosed Rule to take Dep. To Philip Newbeker Wrote to Julia Ann Rawn in reply to her of June 17. last, John A. Weiderman was at my office this afternoon, in Evening he and I went to Peacocks.

Saturday, July 7, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

7 7 Clear, dry, warm very dusty-Antes Frayulne and Self at spring this morning. I Sent my letter written yesterday enclosing Rule to take Dep. To Philip Newbeker this morning by Mr. Kissinger. I was at (nine pin ally) with Col Roberts. Holbrook Fryulne + King Findlay came to town this Evening

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