Sunday, April 20, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

April 20 – 1834 Sunday

Day of Mo.

20 – 1 Clear & Beautiful went with Frances in the morning & Evening to the Episcopal Church when we heard Bishop onderdink preach. Frances went with her Mother in afternoon to DE Witts Church

Monday, April 21, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

21 – 2 Clear & warm – some showering – I wrote to Jno. Mitchell & F. R. Shunk Esqr last Evening from the P. office both in Town on subject of appointing David W Rawn to some birth under the Canal Commissiners – called on the Governor this morning and evening at his Chamber at Buehlers with papers favoring J.J. Clendenin’s appointment to Clk of Sap Court. Recd. our April Term Court Commened to day I recd. Fee $5. of Peter Grim Jr. of Philadelphia also Fee $5. of Joseph Hummel of Hummelstown also Fee $3. of Jno Stitzer [?] of Schuylkill County Paid for Box of Bear King 10 cts, Court sat till 7 ¼ P.M. C Holcomb Esqr at our house this Evening

Tuesday, April 22, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

22 – 3 Clear & Warm, till afternoon. Recd. letter D. W. Rawn Phila 20 Apl 1834 & paid Postage 12 ½ cts – very busy in Court all day Paid for sundries at Hales Hotel 6 ¼ cts was in Court till near 8 P.M. was at Peacocks after & md. [introductions] to Wm. Bowen. Secr of Comth. & self took M.S. Clendenin home.

Wednesday, April 23, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

23 – 4 Rain, Cooler. Wrote to E.F. Brenrite [?]} Esqr Phila. also to John H. Webster of Bangor State of Maine in answer to his letter recd. on the 18th ultimo. I discharged the Grand Jury yesterday morning & the Petit Jury (with the Exception of one Jury this evening impannelled on the last case) this afternoon. I was at De Witts Church this Evening with one Ladies [?] & heard a Mr. Wilson preach – Several Minsters present, lriz [?] Duffield, Gray, De Witt, Wilson, heard this Evening that Jno. Jos. Clendenins application to the Clk of the S. Court has failed with the Govr. & that Benjm. Parke Esqr is appointed.

Thursday, April 24, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

24 – 5 Clear & Cool, Windy. I wrote to Capt Lewis Wisler or Green Esqr of Columbia Lan. Co. stating that cause in which he is pltff is for trial next week & sending him a subpoena for witnesses & also wrote to Brother D W Rawn at Phila. in answer to his letter of the 22nd ultimo

April 24 – 1834 – Wednesday

24 – 5 Contd.

Recd. of James Hamilton Fee $5 Took tea with rest of our family at Peacocks – Recd. of Hannah Davis of Baltimore Fee $5. and to her note & Jno. Davis for $20. payable – 30 days & discharged Jno Davis with his first wife.

Friday, April 25, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

25 – 6 Rain & Cold. Last trial in Sessions ended this Evening – Paid for sundries 18 ¾ I was at DeWitts Church this Evening. Duffield preached.

Saturday, April 26, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

26 – 7 Clear & damp – Recd. letter of Attorney from Hugh Scott & pd. Pos 12 ½ cts. I was at Menagirie this afternoon with Mrs Wharton, Mrs. Musgrave, M. S. Clendenin & Frances & pd. $1.37 ½ pd. for 1 lb of Prunes 18 ¾ cts this morning at Gilliards present Mrs Wharton whom I escorted to 2 or 3 places & home

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