Sunday, January 20, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

20 1 Clear + Cold but reasonable rather beautiful—I remained in my room this morning reading Bible + President late message upon S. [ ] subject-went to DeWitts church in with Miss F.P.C. + in the evening to Steins with same Lady. Rogers went with M.S. Clendenen

Monday, January 21, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

21 2 Cloudy—Regular Term of Court begins to-day—Recd Judgt Fee $3.00 + pltff. Fee $2.00—amt $5.00 in Keller + Sichert v Jno Stois not 8 Jan [7]. 1833. Paid Jacob (my valet) 6 ¼ cts.—Wrote to Amos Clemson Gap P.A. Lancaster Co, Presented petition for Benefit of Insolvent Laws for Jno hocker. Thos Wallace + Wm A Atlee. I was at Mrs Musgrove after 8, o,clock this Evening—where was Mrs C + Daughters, Burnside + Shannon—home at 9 ¾

Tuesday, January 22, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

22 3 Clear + mild—Douglass Atty Genl + self for Comwlth engaged to day in prosecuting Fredk Silsburg (german) for Larceny—King for prisoner—not quilty. Last evening recd letter Dated “Chester Del Co Jan 17. 1833" from Jno K. Seiler + R. E Hannum Esqr upon the subject of Douglass appointing the latter Dep. Atty Genl for Del. Co. + Wrote to them in reply this evening. Also to W. Hubbell esqr. Phila upon the (new page) upon the subject of Domestic attachment no 110 Jan S. 1833 in Dau Com Pleas + sent him Trustees notice—was at Mrs Peacocks afterward where was Mrs C.s family. Rogers, Burnside Wister—Findlay + A Boyd Hamilton—went home with Miss F.P.C. + to my room at 10 ¼ oclock

Wednesday, January 23, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

23 4 Cloudy. Foggy. Soft—disagreeaable was at Shunks short time last evening. Prosecutr for the comwlth v Fredk Lewis yellow man to day verdict guilty of Larceny. Hamilton Alricks opposed—Wrote to Woodward + Spragg upon subject of courier to Shoemaker, discontinuing Bigler, + forwarding Johnsons + Geese’s more punctually. and was at a Party at Mr Welsh’s Ed. Of Reporters. went home with Miss F.P. Clendenen

Thursday, January 24, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

24 5 Cloudy, Rain Snow Slush--I was engaged to day with the two Fishers Esqr as counsel for Philip Creek indt for Manslaughter of Jos. Stanford at Middletown. Atty Genl Douglass + Hamilton Alricks for commonwealth took whole day. Rawn was the only Counsel who spoke for prisoner + Alricks only for comwlth. Jury Charged at ½ past 8.P.M. when Fisher + myself took supper + I went to Mrs Clendenen’s at 9 ¼ P.M.

Friday, January 25, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

25 6 Cloudy, Slushy + some snow on ground but melting last—Jury this morning retd a verdict of guilty + Philip Creek + motion in arrest of Judgt by his counsel—Parke + myself assigned by court to defend Jos. Kennedy—Yellow man. Indt for Larceny—Douglas versus no defense--+ verdict guilty + 3 months in Co. Jail. Paid Jacob Walters 6 ¼ cts Recd letter from Fr Hubbell Esqr Phila “Jan 24. 1833 pd Postage 12 ½ cts, called at Mrs C.s this evening short time before supper Misses Wiedman + Ulrich there, staid in Court till 9.o.clock P.M. afterwards in my office till 10. oclock

Saturday, January 26, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

26 7 Clear +Cold—Frozen hard this morning I Wrote to “Jno. A Weidman Lebanon" was at Mrs C.s after dinner before court walked to Mrs Hanna’s with the girls + came to office was in court till 11 ½ P.M.—Snively case adjourned over till Monday morning (new page)

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