Sunday, December 22, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

Dec 22, 1833 Sunday

22-1 [Dec. 22 Sun] Clear & pleasant I was at the Episcopal Church morning & Evening with Frances & heard Mr Collon from Bristol preach – Fine speaker

Monday, December 23, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

23-2 [Dec. 23 Mon] Clear & hard Frozen Wrote to Isaac Clive Esqr of H of Rep at Danville Co’y or in his absence to be opened by the Register & Recorder for copy of Jno. Wilson Esqr will pursuant to Jas. Swartz letter of this month from Pittsburg vide File, drew Check on Harrisburg – Self - $90 – paid Jas. Stuart European Agent by transmission of a draft from cash of Harris’g Bank on Merchants Bank of Philadelphia (witness Jno Jos Clendenin) $90 in Full Balance rec’d from Thos. Brown admi[instrator] of Mary Bell (dec[eased]) for Andrew Chesnut – Ireland – and rec’d additional Fee in said case $10__ also rec’d Fee $5. from said Stuart from Mrs. McDowell & children – Ireland. Rain, snow, hail & slush by evening I appeared at Esqr Brooks today in Hetzel vs Shannon – P. Newbeker & Myself in my office til near 10 P.M. Settling his adj. accounts

Tuesday, December 24, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

24-3 [Dec. 24 Tue] Cloudy – rain – Snow – Slush – Snowed some last night Paid at Oves store for ¼ yd of Blue Black Velvet and a skein of silk – 56 ¼ to make a Stack[?] Paid "Hale & Snyder" Livery Bill Balance in full $10 vide Bill and Receipt. Drew check on harriburg Bank" in favour of Wm. Ayres Esqr for $20. & sent Wm. Ayres vide due Bill $20 rec’d of Philip Newbeker adm[inistrator] of Peter and also of Jacob Newbeker for Services rendered Said Estates $10 Fee and at same time for same his note for $47 Fee, was at recitation of Mr Annstroughs Scholars this evening at Hall of Baptist Church.

Wednesday, December 25, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

25-4 [Dec. 25 Wed] Cloudy, wet, Slushy, some rain rec’d letter from W. S. Frankiln Esqr, Clk of H. of Rep. in congress dated "Washington Dec. 23, 1833" Paid Jacob (my valet) 5 cts. Was at Episcopal Church this morning where Hamilton Alrick Esqr communed for his first time. and all our family dined at Mr. Peacocks where we had a first chop dinner & wine took tea there also with the addition of A. Ramsey Esqr & Mr Walker, musician & heard cont’d Episcopalian preacher at Episcopal Church after tea by name of Lerrington

Thursday, December 26, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

Dec. 26, 1833 Thursday

26-5 [Dec.26 Thur] Clear, cold, & hard frozen I most enjoyed part of today in renting as ag[en]t Jno. Wisler’s house. E. Peacock took tea with us this evening Mrs Shunk, Mrs P. & her family at our house after tea. Paid for oysters at Davis’ 18 ¾ & went home with Mrs Shunk and Nancy

Friday, December 27, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

27-6__[Dec. 27 Fri] Cloudy, Cold Rec’d letter from Mrs. R. Gemmel Blairsville Indiana County Dec. 21, 1833 & pd Postage, 18 ¾ cts. Wrote to Danl Jacoby [undecyph] Montgomery Co. Pa took walk to Fishers place this evening staid at office til 8 ½ P.M. and then went to party at Jas. Espys & home with Matilda Fahnestock & Mary S. Clendenin

Saturday, December 28, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

28-7 [Dec. 28 Sat] Clear & Pleasant was with B. Galbraith ( client) this morning to speak with his Mother. Rec’d by hand of Mr. Dwyer (teacher of elocution) Introductory letter from J. K. Findlay Esqr dated Nov. 23 1833 Lancaster City – introduced the said Mr Dwyer to Thos Forester_ & D. Krause Esqr was at my office till 9.P.M. and then went to Mrs Musgraves for Frances & her Mother where we ate Mince Pie & drunk beer

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