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

20-1 [Oct. 20 Sun] Rain all day – I was not out today Mary & her Mother at DeWitts Church morning & afternoon

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

21-2 [Oct. 21 Mon] Rain Rec’d paper from Gov. of Md. & letter from Thos. Culbreth, Sec’ty of Council of Md. & pd Pos_50 cts all in relation to James Caves [undecyph] for [undecyph] Mr J W L Freeman of Phila called at my office this morning & I contd. with him through the day – called on Gov. Wolf at his residence with him, when he presented the Gov. his brother henrys recommendation for the office of Judge to phila about to be made vacant by the election of Judge Sutherland to Congress. I took him to Mr Peacocks & Mr Clendenins & he introduced me to Mr Dallas the New Atty Genl at his (Dallas Chambers) at Wilsons Hotel, who came from Phila with him – I made my acknowledgements to Mr Dallas for the appt of Dep in Dau. Co. – They return to the city this evening. Tis now five o clock and I just bid Freeman ‘good life’ at Wilsons, did not come to office this evening. Spent it at home Shoch Esqr there

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

22-3 [Oct 22 Tue] Cloudy, Rain in morning, clear from 10 A.M. I was in office till 9 & others went to Peacocks where were Frances, her Mother & Mary

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

23-4 [Oct. 23, Wed] Clear & pleasant – rec’d letter W B Hieskill Esqr "Phila Oct 21, 1833" Wrote to him in reply – paid cash for black Mantau ½ yds & 6 small & 4 large buttons at A. D. Jones’ store 50 cts Paid Jacob my valet 6 ¼ rec’d pair Boots mended by Biegler – Two Volunteer fire companies from York came to town today – stopt at Alters Tavern

Oct.23rd, 1833 Wednesday

23-4 [Oct. 23, Wed] Cont’d I went to Alters after 8 and was introduced by Capt. W. S. Franklin to Capt. Barritz & Lieut Wolf of York. Took wine with them at Alters & [undecyph] Frances and I were walking in afternoon

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

24-5 [Oct. 24, Thur] Clear & pleasant York & Harrisburg Volunteers parading this afternoon I was at office till after 9

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

25-6 [Oct. 25, Fri] Clear & Warm "York Volunteers" left town this morning, accompanied to Miccletown by Harrisburg Volunteers – I attended to Arbitration today in Wisler vs, Ennis et. al. – Paid for drink at Gleims, Jacob Shoemaker & self 12 ½ cts Ashbel Green Esqr of Columbia – lawyer – came to my office in Wisler vs. Ennis case after tea & brought witnesses from Columbia understanding that Wisler arbitrations were tomorrw instead of today & was in my office till near 10 o clock

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

26-7 [Oct. 26 Sat] Clear & Windy – Ashbel Green Esqr in my office this morning – I wrote to Lewis Wisler at Columbia by him letter unsealed & also to Rich’d Fulton 1 ½ miles below Harrisburg by same man – Paid Jacob (My Valet) 12 ½ cts Finished reading "Stuarts 3 years in North America two Vols" got from Harrisburg Library this afternoon (being a stockholder) & "Spurzheim on Insanity & The Same of Education" rode from 4 ¼ till 5PM on Nat’l Henrie’s Gray Mare Sent her home by Jacob (My Valet) was in office til after 8 and then went to Peacocks

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