Sunday, April 27, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

27 – 1 Clear & Windy & very Cold – some little snow this Morning – was at De Witts Church Morning & Evening with Frances. very cold & windy all day. I took walk in the afternoon with "Rolea" or dog –

Monday, April 28, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

28 – 2 Clear & Windy & Cold. Lewis Wisler & witnesses in my office this morning. Paid Geo. Wenrick 40 cts in full for Sawing 1/3 Cord of Hickory Wood present Geo. Hepner. Wrote to "Fitzpatrick & Jamison" in answer to theirs of the 9th. ult. Recd. on the 12 ultimo. also to Woodd. [Woodward] & Spragg Edts of Satr? Courier Phila. for paper for Henry Groff "The phenolstown [?] Adams Co.y.[?]", also to Josha. Bowman "Muncy, Pa." see letters of his of 9 ult. to Jas Peacock on file Recd. letter from Sister Julie Ann, "Phila. 26th apr. 1834" & pd. Pos 12 ½ cts. it informs me that Maria Shades, late Maria Shunks husband advertised her for leaving him although they have only been married a few months.

Tuesday, April 29, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

29 – 3 Cloudy, Rain, Showery. Clear & Windy after 10 A.M. – Dr Slough [?] my Motherinlaws Brother came to Peacock last night to remain I saw him at noon to day. I attended an adjd "Temperance Meeting" in the Court House this Evening of the "Dauphin Co. Tem Society" where was a continuation of a debate upon the question "Is the manufacture & vending of ardent Spirits as a drink morally wrong" I supported in a short speech the affirmative.

Wednesday, April 30, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

April 30 – 1834 Wednesday

30 – 4

Clear & Beautiful – pd. Hugh Hamilton & son $6 Bali [Balance] in full for 3 years subscription to the Harrisburg Chronicle to 8 May 1834 Wrote to sister Julia Ann Philla & sent letter by Chas. Gleim who was taking prisoners to city for Shff. [Sheriff] Fox in answer to hers [?] of the 26th ultimo & sent letter to Woodd. & Spragg written on the 28 ultimo – Went with Frances to door of Presbyterian Church this Evening & then came to my office. went for her again to Church at 9 ½ o.clock P.M.

Thursday, May 1, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

Day of Week

May 1st – 5 -- Clear & Beautiful. was in Court all day to day I tried one case to day our? Family took tea at Peacocks – I did not get there to tea from Court till after 7 o.clock went and 8.o.clock to wine drinking of B. Parke Esqr – after went to Peacocks & home with our women

Friday, May 2, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

2 – 6 Clear & pleasant. – I obtained verdict for $20.35 to day in No 338 of april Term 1832 Hepner vs Wingert got through our Trial list at 3 P.M. & discharged the Jury – I Recd. Fees in Nos 42 & 43 of april Term 1834 $8.50 which are credited to my acct. with Proty. Roberts. Thos. Wallace owes me $4.61 this day pd. by me on discontinuing suit No 108 to april T. 1834 Dau Coun Pleas I went to Church this Evening from my office at 8 – o.clock. all our people there which I knew beforehand

Saturday, May 3, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

3 – 7 Clear & pleasant. dry & dusty. Recd. from Jas. S. Espy last Evening $50 in suit of Jacoby vs Espy 247 aug T. 1833 – Recd. Fee on this $10. Deposited in "Harrisburg Bank" $50 vide Bank Book – Paid Jacob (my valet) 13 cts – Recd. of Jno Roberts Proty in Comth. Vs Jno Johnson & Locher No. 13. aug SS 1833 & no. 20 in Cir. Court to Sep. T. 1833 where it was moved & Depy Atty Genls Fee $6. * note This is First Receipt of Sd. officers Fee since I sent Settlement to Auditor Genl. * attended Funeral of Dr. A. T. Deans little Girl Marian who died yesterday morning of Scarlet Fever at her Grandfathers Col. Crane’s – Wrote to Thos. Wallace at Paoli Chester County about his business with Wm Esby & about knowing D W Rawn an appointment

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