Sunday, July 8, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

8 1 Cloudy in morning-very warm was at Mr DeWitts Church (new page) this morning-was at Peacocks in evening Weidman, Rogers and Ross + there

Monday, July 9, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

9 2 Rain—commenced about 6 oclock this morning—Recd Document from the “Hon. [Johnle] Bueher" at Washington City paid Mrs Curson my washerwomen in full to last week in June inclusive—Drew upon Harrisburg Bank in Favour of Self for $10 which money was draw by Ed. Curson—Rogers, Ross H Alricks and Self were at the [Minneral] spring this afternoon. I was at Peacocks this evening.

Tuesday, July 10, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

10 3 Clear and beautiful—Paid Geo Kemble (Taylor) a Bal of $1.50 in full in major Gallaughers Store, Paid at same time at said store Bill for Wais[t]coat + Trimmings $2.50 Paid for paper at Peacocks—Ross + Self were at Peacocks this evening Some Rain to day—

Wednesday, July 11, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

11 4 Clear and Cool. Bought this morning at Major Gallaughers Store vide Store Bill pantaloons and Trimmings amt $5.75 Burnside Rogers and Self started to go to [Hireshrs] this morning, met [Fluestin] and came back—Wrote to Woodward & Spragg for “Saturday Courier" for Henry K. Ramsey and also to Mrs. Gemmel. Chester Co- Recd Letter “Canonsburg July 7. 1832" David Waggown" was at Peacocks this evening

Thursday, July 12, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

12 5 Clear and Cool, Paid Sam Murray (livery man) in full of all demands for Horse + Sulkey on the 8 + 9 th of June last, Burnside Rogers + Self went to Hiesters Ironworks this morning across the Bridge came back in a Skiff and had a great time—Recd Depositions in Gemmel vs Seiler and Small note therewith from Chester County. And Same Rule + Depositions attached thereto to David Ske Esqr Huntingdon to take Dep. On the 19 th. Inst—vide agreement on back of Rule, Rogers. Ross Alricks and Self at Peacock this evening (new page)

Editor's Note: Skiff: A flat-bottomed open boat of shallow draft, having a pointed bow and a square stern and propelled by oars, sail, or motor.

Friday, July 13, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

13 6 Clear and Cool, Jno Jos C. and Self were riding on Horseback to day in company with Misses F.P.C. + EC Peacock went out as far as Shoops Tavern—Too windy to go up the river—Rogers and Self at Peacocks this Evening.

Saturday, July 14, 1832 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

14 7 Clear and Cool. Findaly and Rogers in office this morning. Wrote to David Waggoner Canonsbury Washington Co. Pa. In answer to his Letter of “July 7, 1832" I was at peacocks this Evening Ross was there—

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