Sunday, July 7, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

7-1 (Sunday, July 7, 1833) Clear & very warm. Frances & self went to DeWitts church this morning and heard Mr. Hare at Episcopal in evening.

Monday, July 8, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

8-2 (Monday, July 8, 1833) Clear & very warm. wrote note to James espy present attended [?] Brides party for Frances in evening at Mrs Shunks and broke up at 11 P. M.

Tuesday, July 9, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

9-3 (Tuesday, July 9, 1833) Cloudy - pleasant. bought share in "Harrisburg Library asociation" of Mr. Rudolph Williams (apothecary) & paid him in full $5.00 & received transfer & certificate - quo vide - Wrote to Geo. Plitt blk P.O. Washington city. Walked in evening to [?] Place & after tea with Frances.

Wednesday, July 10, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

10-4 (Wednesday, July 10, 1833) Clear & pleasant. Wrote to Lewis Wisler Columbia. John C. Buehler at my office in afternoon - after tea [?] Frances, King Findlay & myself returned - "Bridal" "Visits" at Haldermans. Shunks, [?], Hann’a, Brooks, Espys, Brisbans, [?] [?] [?].

Thursday, July 11, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

11-5 (Thursday, July 11, 1833) Clear & pleasant. received letter from Tho’s Jones Esqr Chester Co "July 9, 1833" & wrote to him in reply & sent Rule to take depositions. paid Daniel Stine collection in full of my Borough tax for year 1833 [?] [?]. Handed Frances $3.00 to buy frock at Rhoads. I took ride from 4 P. M. to 5 1/4 P. M. on Nat’l Henries Gray Mare. "Mrs Clendenen & her children" took tea at Mrs. M. Connicks.

Friday, July 12, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

12-6 (Friday, July 12, 1833) Clear & pleasant. I wrote & sent [?] to Geo Stroop [?] of Perry Co. received letter Julian Rawn "West Chester" "July 8, 1833" Paid Mr. Solomon [?] for cleaning black coat in full $1. present Mrs Clendenen returned Bridal visits after tea with Frances, E. P. S. M. T. C. at Rev. DeWitts, Mrs Wharton McKinneys, Mrs. Fanny Buehler, Judge Fahnestock, M. L. Franklin, Mrs Thomas Elders, McClures, Shunks, Genl [?] and saw his new wife, Dr. [?] at [Harristown] in [?] this morning by announcement that Mary Halderman had run off last night with Robt S. Ross of U.S.N. and after being married by the Rev. Mr [Miller] Baptist clergyman of this town. at about midnight they took their [?] for Judge [?] in Bradford County in a carriage.

Saturday, July 13, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

13-7 (Saturday, July 13, 1833) Clear & very warm all day. Took tea at Mrs. Peacocks this evening. All of Mrs C’s family-I went in River at 8 1/2 P. M. [?] of Germantown at my office this morning and at Mrs P’s and Mrs C’s in the evening.

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