Sunday, February 24, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

24-1 [Sun., Feb. 24] Clear & pleasant in morning. went to DeWitts church with F.P.C. Snow & rain in afternoon. Took tea & spent evening at Mrs. Clendenens.

Monday, February 25, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

25-2 [Mon., Feb. 25] Cloudy & Cold – wrote to J. Simon Cohen Esqr. of Phila. in answer to his of N Y Feby 16, 1833" also to Philip Newbeker at Halifax. Also wrote to Mr. Poe (Currier) about going to Leachs was at Pleasant Party this Evening at Mrs Leslies. went home with F.P.C. at 10 ¾ P.M.

Tuesday, February 26, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

26 –3 [Wed., Feb. 27] Clear & Blusterly. I was at Mrs C’s this evening. Shock & Jas Findlay there & Shock & self went to oyster Cellar. I pd 16 cts

Wednesday, February 27, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

There is no entry for this day. The next entry is on February 28, 1833.

Thursday, February 28, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

28 –5 [Thur., Feb. 28] Cloudy & Some Snow. Recd. letter from Amos Clemson Post Marked Salisbury Lanc Co "Feb 27, 1833" & wrote to him in reply

February 28 1833 Thursday

28 –5 [Thurs., Feb. 28] Contd also wrote to R.L. Wheatley "Louisville Kentucky in answer to his letter of that place dated Feby. 13, 1833 upon Subject of confinement of Henry Waggoner negro in jail in that place. Also to Saml Proul of Lewisbury York Co. on same Subject. Also to Bela Badger of Phila. enclosing Advertisement under Domestic Att. no 10 Jan. 7 1833. Snowing in evening 2 or 2 inches deep at 10 o’clock. I was at Mrs Peacocks this evening. Went home with F.P.C.

Friday, March 1, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

March 1

1 –6 [Fri., March 1] Snowing – 5 to 7 inches deep at breakfast time. was at Mrs C’s & Mrs Peacocks this morning went home from last place with F.P.C. Sleighing party left town at 3 o clock for Hummelstown to Geo. Fox there I wrote about it. Jo. & Self & F.P.C. & Rebecca Booth went in one Sleigh- viz Murrays "Bob Tails" pd. tole to Hummelstown 18 ¾ to Expenses then my Bill $2.67

9 of us gentlemen each pd. same amt. included in this was $6.00 for Geo Kelly fiddler. got home to town at 1 o’clock A.M.

Saturday, March 2, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

2-7 [Sat., March 2] Clear & Blusterly & Cold- Snow foot deep perhaps. Paid Ellen ( girl for getting my Breakfast at 9 ½ o’clock 6 ¼ cts. Major Geo. Gallagher merchant commenced selling out his stock this morning. I was at Mrs C’s this morning. at 3 ½ P.M. Misses M. S Clenden & Peacock, & Say, Wister & Findlay, of H of Rep. started in sleigh for Carlisle. Very cold I was at Mrs C’s & spent evening

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