Sunday, May 11, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

11 – 1 Clear & pleasant, Windy. Was at De Witts Church 3 times to day. I wrote to D. W. Rawn Phila. in answer to his letter of Yesterday & also to Wm. B. Mitchell Supr.of Col. R. Road at Lancaster upon subject of appointing sd. D.W.R to a station on the line & pd. postage on sd. Letter 18 ¾. I took Glass of Lemonade with J.A. Weidman & Dr. Geo. H. Berhouz [?] this morning on my way from church at Nagles where & when I called to see Canal Comr. Mitchell – J.A. Weidman was at our house after tea.

Monday, May 12, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

12 – 2 Clear, Cloudy & Windy – Paid Jacob (my valet {6 ¼ cts} Wrote to Isaac C. Kauffman Col. Lan. Co. in answer to his letter recd. on the 8th ultimo & told him his cause is put down by me for Trial at our Augt. Court. Supreme Court for the "Middle District" commenced its first session at Harrisburg to day in N.E. Comtee. Room State Capitol. I was there all day & after in Compy [Company] with JAW & Thos. Franklin Esqr Lancaster City

Tuesday, May 13, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

May 13 – 1834 Thursday

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13 – 3 Clear, Windy & very Cold – Recd. letter last Evening from Edts. of Satr Courier "Phila. May 10th /’34?" I was the S.C. from 10 to dinner time & from 3 PM to 6 P.M. Jnor & Weidman & Elizth Peacock took tea at our house this Evening. I went to Church Door with Frances & her Mother, & me [?] left & come to my office. Went for them again at 9 ¼.o.clock but church not being out I went away & did not return.

Wednesday, May 14, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

14 – 4 Clear, Cloudy, Cold & Windy – Recd. letter from David W Rawn Phila. May 11-1834" acknowledging the receipt of mine of the 8 ultimowith a draft for Fifty dollars. & pd. Pos. 12 ½ cts – I was at the Capitol this morning from 11 to 12 -- & in afternoon from 3 to 6 ¼ P.M. I was at office till 9 ¼ P.M. Dr G.H. Berghaus came in at 9 PM & John A. Weidman a little after.

Thursday, May 15, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

15 – 5 Clear, Windy & very Cold. Made Ice 1/8 inch on tuly [?] of water last night & night before – Jno. A. Weidman aft [?] town at midnight last for Lebanon & on Monday goes to Phila to Study Physics – was at Supreme Court Morning & afternoon – our family all took tea at Mr. Peacock’s – was at Temperance Meeting (as a Spectator) in Court House this Evening –

Friday, May 16, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

16 – 6 Clear & Cold – Frost has killed the leaves of Many Trees. Judge Fahnestock told me yesterday that there was Ice yesterday morning an inch thick. I am disposed to say ¼ inch thick tis not so cold this morning -- Jas. Peacock & his wife left Harrisburg this morning on an Excursion to Bucks Co. Phila. & to return in 2 or 3 weeks. Wrote to D. W. Rawn Phila. enclosing to him a note drawn by "Jno. Cox" to EP Hughes for $115 requesting David to put it in hands of JG Clarkson for collection & Lugher [?] Paid Pos. 25 cts – Paid for Sundries at Wilsons Hotel 5 cts – was at S. Court in afternoon. all our family took Supper this Evening at Shunks with Genl. Wm Piper his Lady, Mrs Genl. Forster Mr Autes & Miss M. Fahnestock. Recd letter from Jno. Forsman Monroe Bucks Co Pa May 14 1834 – last Supervisor Del Div of Pa Canal. Hurkstate from Baltimore in my office to day. I was at Wilsons Hotel at 10 P.M. Emitum [?], Franklin & Rim [?]

Saturday, May 17, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

May 17 – 1834 Saturday

17 – 7 Clear, Cloudy & dry. Paid Jacob (My Valet) 6 ¼ cts. Recd. of Wm. Ayres $1. in full last [?] him [?] 16 Janr. last. was at S. Court this morning short time Paid for Segar at Shills & Wyeths 12 ½. –

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