Sunday, May 4, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

May 4 – 1834 Sunday

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4 – 1 – Clear & pleasant. was at De-Witts Church with Frances Morning & Evening – Rev Wm Gray preached in Morning & De Witt in Evening –

Monday, May 5, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

5 – 2 Rain & Coldish – Mrs Wharton went to Phila. to day – I was not at the office after supper.

Tuesday, May 6, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

6 –3 Clear & Beautiful orphans Court to day. I paid for Sundries 6 ¼. Philip Newbeker at my office to day – Philip pd. me his note of the 5 apl last in full. – Frances & her mother at my office in Afternoon. First time mother has been there – after which Frances & self took a walk – I went with her to her sister Mary, & Elizth. Jane & Fanny Peacock to a discussion [?] by the Young Mens Temperance Society in the Court House after tea.

Wednesday, May 7, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

7 – 4 Rain. – pd. on Satr. Eveng. Last for a "Flesh Brush" at Boas’ 50 cts. Drew check on the Harrisburg Bank self & drew money $120 – Deposited with "John Forster, Henry Alward? & John F. Whiteside. trading as Bankers under the Firm of "John Forster & Co." vide Bank Book, $150.0/100 – Paid Wm. P Hays Cabinetmaker in full of all demands vide Bill & Receipt $51 50/100 [?]. Wrote to Capt Lewis Wisler Columbia Lan. Co Pa – informing him of our verdict at the late Court. Also to Woodward & Spragg Editors of Satr. Courier Phila. upon Subject of Int. [?] Fishers account & read the letter before Saiding [?] to Wm. Kline Esqr to whom I had handed the account for collection took walk with Sister Mary Scott, & Frances before tea out in Canal? –Paid for "Mosy Sugar [?]" 6 cts & took it home –

Thursday, May 8, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

8 – 5 Clear, Cloudy, Clear. Recd. letter from Brother D. W. Rawn Phila. May 6 &? 1834 pd. Pos 12 ½ same day after seeing Canal Commissioner Mitchell in favour of appointing said David to some station on Columbia Rail Road. Wrote to said David in reply & sent him a draft on the "Farmers & Mechs. Bank" of Phila. for $50. 00/100 drawn in my favour by H Walters Cashier of "Harrisburg Bank" & by me endorsed to sd. D W Rawn & pd. Pos 25 ½ cts – also Recd. letter from Isaac C. Kauffman. Sau.? Co. May 5, 1834 (Client) & pd. Pos. 6. Drew check on "Harrisburg Bank" in favour of self

May 8 – 1834 Thursday

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8 – 5 Contd. for $50 and drew money or rather this draft & sent as aforesaid to D. W. Rawn – Paid for Sundries last night under "Stehleys Stone" in Cellar 6 cts – Recd. Present of Jas. Peacock Esqr of a novel called "Frank orby [?]" in Two. volumes. I was at my office till 9 ¼ P.M.

Friday, May 9, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

9 – 6 Clear & Cloudy in afternoon Paid for Sundries at Gilliaids 6 ¼ -- Ezekiel Carter an old residenter & large property holder for a black man was Buried this afternoon. I went with other white out to the Grave Yard. Frances, Mary & Mother came to my office at 5.o.clock P.M. form Prayer Meeting at Graydonz [?] – I went home with them

Saturday, May 10, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

10 – 7 Clear & Beautiful. Cool. Frances’ rose this morning at 5.o.clock being earlier by at least 1 ¼ hours than she has risen at any time since we were Married & went to prayer meeting at 5 ½ A.M. with Mary & her Mother. Paid Jacob (my Valet) 12 ½ cts & for Sundries at Shells 12 ½ cts. Recd. letter from Brother D. W. Rawn "Phila. 9 May 1834" and Paid Pos. 12 ½ cts, also Recd. letter from James Fitzpatrick "Williamsport Md 7 May 1834" with 2 notes enclosed drawn by Dr Jno. W. McKinney in favour of sd. Fitzpatrick for $20 and $30 dated 10 Jan. 1834, for collection 12 May & placed them in Monday following for collection in Hands of Wm. Kline Esqr.

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