Sunday, March 16, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

16 – 1 Clear & Cool – I was at De-Witts Church morning & Evening – Frances still too unwell for Mary or her Mother to leave her.

Monday, March 17, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

17 – 2 Cloudy & Moderate. Wrote to Wm. Young Carpenter Montgr [Montgomery] Co – Paid for orange for Frances at Ducks – had 45 Law Books Labelled on the back this morning with my name by Thrigman Book Binder at 2 cts pr piece 90 cts – same time recd. "Saturday Courier of 1831 '32 bound in Boards & pd. 62 ½ & pd. 62 ½ cts to same for Binding New York Mirror [?] of 1832-3 Shunk Esqr & self took walk in afternoon Mrs Gaullagher & Shunk Esqr at our house in evening. – took refreshment at Wilsons with Beader & Chritzman – pd. for oysters at Davis’ 6 ¼ cts

Tuesday, March 18, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

18 – 3 Clear & pleasant. Recd. letter Geo. M. Dallas Atty Genl. Phila. 15 Mch 1834 & pd. Postage 12 ½ cts – Took ride from 3 to 4 ¼ P.M. 6 miles on Gray Colt of Natl. [Nathaniel] Henrie’s Paid for Glass & ring for Frame for "Proclamation" of President Jackson 87 ½ cts – Recd. Fee $5 from John Forsman Supervisor on the "Del. Div. of Penna Canal" to attend at 7.o.clock this evening before an investigating Committee of H. of Rep. in East Comtee. Room at state Capitol as counsel. – did so attend from 7- to 9.o.clock. Jedediah Jnih [?] Chairman of said Committee of (T.) T. Hartley Crawford Esqr. of Franklin one of said Committee – Jno Mitchell one of Canal Commis. taking notes also –

Wednesday, March 19, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

19 – 4 Clear & Moderate. Wrote to Jas. Stuart European agent New York & Sent enclosed copy of Wite [?] of Jno. Wilson last of Columbia Co. was at Capitol in afternoon to attend Investigating Comtee. also attended said Comtee. from

March 19 – 1834 Wednesday

19 – 4 Contd.

--from 7 ½ P.M. to 10 ¼ P.M. as Counsel for Jno. Forsman Supr. Del Div of Pa Canal –

Thursday, March 20, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

20 – 5 Cloudy & Warm. Heavy thunder gust yesterday afternoon. Recd. Letter Jas. Burnside Esqr Bellefonte County 18 Mch 1834 with Rule enclosed to take Depositions for Pet Arn Karthaus & paid postage 25 cts. Wrote to Karthaus about sd. Letter of Burnsides & Rule. Wrote to Geo. M. Dallas Atty Genl of Pa in reply to his letter of the 15th . ultimo. – was at Capitol this evening to attend committee did not set. –

Friday, March 21, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

21 – 6. Clear, Windy & Cold. was very warm yesterday. Observed "Thad" in town this morning being the First this season & pd. for one 25cts. – Recd. last Evening letter from Sister Julia Ann Rawn "West Chester March 18 – 1834" which letter informs me that Mrs Ann Hamor mom [?] of Dr J. Hamor, is on that day when sd. letter written to be married to Robt. McCall Merchant. – also that David R. Cheyneys wife had a baby shortly before that which is dead. also that Abner Hoopes with whom I formerly boarded when I taught school on "Street Road" near his House died about 2 weeks prior to said writing & that John Hatch had given up to assignees. – part of this letter is also written expressly to "Frances" attended as Counsel before Investigating Comtee at "Capitol" from 7 ½ P.M. to 10 ½ P.M.

Saturday, March 22, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

22 – 7 Clear & Cold – Attended Comtee. as last evening this morning from 9 to 1 ½ P.M. & in afternoon from 3 to 6 P.M. "Duncans Big Gland" was this day sold at Sheiffs sale at our Court House to J M Haldeman for $13.775 – I was at Harrisburg Hotel this evening at a "Young Mens" Anti U. States Bank Meeting went as a spectator as I belong to the Married Men

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