Sunday, February 17, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

17 –1[Sun., Feb. 17] Clear & Soft Snow melting fast, went to DeWitts church this morning with Dr. Bullock & home with F.P.C. Dr. dined with me. & left town at 5 P.M. was at DeWitts church in evening when Baird called about "Sunday School Union’ Mississippi Valley" & sent round Subscription papers in church to which method of raising money I was opposed I told Dr. Agnew[?] so when he came to our pew & gave nothing. Spent evening at Mrs C’s

Monday, February 18, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

18-2 [Mon., Feb. 18] Clear & Soft Snow nearly gone. I was engaged in Arbitration Wyeth v King today. Mr. Wyeth Esqr Met officers of Harrsiburg Volunteer Companies at Atlers this Evening Pd 25 cts for wine. took Lieut. Keefer to my office & talked to him about Shannon affair. He & I settled all matters.

Tuesday, February 19, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

19-3 [Tues., Feb. 19] Cloudy & Soft. look at "Penn Township" "Banner" of this & a week or two preceding for some allusion to Myself, Royer, Hamilton, Shannon

February 19, Tuesday 1833

19-3 [Tues., Feb. 19] Contd. Recd Letter from J. Simon Cohen Esqr "Feby 16, 1833 Phila." upon P.A. Karthaus’ business & paid postage 12 ½ cts & from the "Secretary" of the "Harrisburg Musical Association" to W. Dr J. Heisley preamble & resolutions passed by Said Society in relation to the "Shannon & Concert" business vide file. Wrote to "Benjm. Champneys Esqr" Atty at Law Lancaster Enclosing Subpoena Letter & S. Swartzwalder deposition in Clemson cases. Recd from Mary King admx. of Mr King Recd $15 on a note of hand of said Johns dated "Aug. 18 1832"- Fee" Recd. of Thos Wallace for my services to him lately in taking benefit of Insolvent Laws $5. Fee- at same time paid him cash $ 5.00 & took his receipt for these two sums viz $10. now paid him on acct of Boarding. was at Mrs C’s this evening in short time after 9 o’clcok. Shuck there. J K F had been there

Wednesday, February 20, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

20-4 [Wed., Feb. 20] Clear & like Spring. I took walk to Fishers place before dinner. Orphans Court in Session yesterday & today. Took "2 Sheets" to Amos Clemson my Client from the P.O. was at a Dancing party at Mr Francis Wyeths till 1 0’colock A.M. cards were introduced & played being the first thing of this kind that I have been since I came to Harrisburg

Thursday, February 21, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

21-5 [Thurs., Feb. 21] Clear & Colder- Orphans still in Session gave black "Sam" 12 ½ cts. going for Mrs King went to Mrs C’s this Evening from there to Mrs Peacocks with Frances P.C. & from there with large company to see Dr Brisban & Lady & where we spent evening & cards were introduced but soon closed at suggestion of Dr Brisban who said Mrs. White Lady keeping boarding house was opposed to it. Recd letters from Elam Bliss "New York Feby 16, 1833 and from P.A. Karthaus. "Wilmington Del State "Feby 18, 1833" Paid Wallace at Bar $1.75

Friday, February 22, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

22-6 [Fri., Feb. 22] Clear & pleasant to day – I paid laundrey girls & boys at Wallace’s 50 cts. Wrote letter dated yesterday to Dr I. Heisley Secy. of "Harrisburg Musical Association" in answer to hi preamble & Resolutions recd on the 19th inst & handed him my communication this morning at his own corner of streets.

Feby 22nd Contd., 1833 Friday

22-6 [Fri., Feb. 22] Contd. I dined at Lees’ Bigler Old Stand Iyn of the rising Sun on front Street today & paid 50 cts for dinner. companies paraded and practiced "St. Finny" in Afternoon I was at Large Dancing party at Mrs Shucks broke up at 1 ½ o clock A.M.

Saturday, February 23, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

23-7 [Sat., Feb. 23] Clear & Beautiful. I recd. large Bundle of Memorials last night by mail from P.A. Karthaus & attended to the distribution of them to day in the H. of Rep. & spoke to Valentine. They & Petre King on subject & handed Memorial to Keuting [?] & Served copy of "Writ from Massachusetts on Theophilus Fenn Ed. Of Penna. Telegraph" was at Mrs C’s this morning twice. Took walk in afternoon with Misses Clendenens & Peacock Wister, Say, McCulloh & Toland to Hiesters Rolling Mill took tea & spent Evening at Mrs. C’s. King Findlay took tea there recd Fee in Fenn business $2.00

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