Sunday, March 30, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

30 – 1 Clear & Cold – I went to De Witts Church Morning & Evening with M.S. Clendenin Dr Worthington M. of H. of Rep sat with us in our pew by Invitation.

Monday, March 31, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

31 – 2 Clear & Beautiful. Finished two deeds this morning. Recd. of Jno. Forsman Esqr Supervisor on Del. Div of Penna Canal for Services rendered last week as Counsel of him before Investigating Committee additional Fee $50. Paid for Sundries at Buehlers with Thos. Wallace & Jno. Forsman 25 cts. Forsman left town at noon in the Stage.

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Tuesday, April 1, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

April 1st – 3

1 – 3 Clear & Cloudy – no rain – great bustle and confusion in town to day Moving – We moved from Wm. Duck’s House in 2nd St. to Peter Kelley House in Pine St. – Peacocks family & Shunks daughter assisting us – I worked very busily till 1 PM when he got all moved – I had Frances moved in Natl. Henries Carriage at 9 A.M. in Morning to Peacocks where she remained till 2 P.M. when I had her taken in same carriage to pine st.

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J.H. Clendenin & myself dined at Peacocks to day I was remarkably busy in afternoon at my office to wit [?] Recd. of Thos. Elder & Jacob M Haldeman Fee$5 for a deed made to them by Philip Newbeker who was in town & assisted us some in moving, also Recd. of Jacob Shavely Fee$5 for a deed made by Christian Mumma guardian & to Levi [?] also Fee 50 cts of latter named gentleman for a Judgment Bond for $400 from the former to himself – Recd of Jno Brooks Esqr in the case of Joel Cook vs Walter T. Franklin Esqr Debt. Interest & Costs $91.73. being a hansinept? from Phila – T. Badger Paid My Postage acct. from 1 Jan last to this day (1 Quarter) in full vide Bill & Receipt $5.47 – was in my office after tea Urith Philips there –

Wednesday, April 2, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

2 – 4 Rain – Recd. letter Sister Julia Ann Rawn West Chester March 29 – 1834 & pd. pos. 10 cts. I signed yesterday a petition to the Governor for Mordecai McKinney Esqr to be made Clk of the Supreme Court which is to set here, & last night gave a receipt to Urith Philips for certain costs, see Fc.Fa. No. 59 April T 1834 – Paid for a New Receipt Book this morning at Megowans 43 ¾ cts Paid one Quarter office Rent to Jacob Shell in full to 1 apl 1834 $11.25 vide Receipt Book. Wrote to T.J. Wharton Esqr Phila. that I have recd. money in Cook vs Franklin. Sat as a Co-Auditor with Parke & McCormick Esqr to day on Estab of Ludwig Dagar – was at Capitol morning & afternoon & Evening house in Session – Paid Mother Clendenin on account of Frances & My Boarding present Jno Joseph Mary & Frances $20 – I was at Shunks & Peacocks short time this Evening -- & presented orders to Gregg & Mevily at Mr Mathew Wilson for $20 & for $4 –

Thursday, April 3, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

3 – 2 – Clear & pleasant. pd. for 1/3 cord of stuking Wood this morning $1.50 to Berghaus – was at the Capitol this morning where James Leslie Esqr was being used for a Contempt of house Deposited in the Harrisburg Bank $113.10 vide Bank Book $43.10 of it being on Philip Newbaker check Recd. Depy Atty Genls Fee $3 from Urith Philips in No.6 Nov SS 1833 also from same, Attorneys Fee in 41 Jan T. 1834 Dauphin Com Pleas & writ $4.00

Friday, April 4, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

April 4 – 1834 Friday

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4 – 6 Clear & Cool. I attended as counsel on two Arbitrations to day of 42 – 3 Janr April T. 1834 Wrote to Wm. Young. Client of Lower Merion Townships Montg. County about his appeal 112 Jan T 1834

Saturday, April 5, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

5 – 7 Clear & Pleasant Made out supplemental adurh [?] acct. for P Newbeker to day -- & Guardianship acct for Geo. Hain. & recd. in each case Fees $10. per their notes. payble [payable] on demand took drink with Philip & Jacob Newbeker at Alters.– Paid Jacob (my valet(12 ½ cts) – Paid for sundries 12 ½ -- note may 6 1834 Philips note paid $10

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