Sunday, January 18, 1835 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

18~1 [Sunday, January 18, 1835]

Clear & coldish but thawing. Some sleighs still running. Was at De Witt’s Church morning & evening where at the last mentioned time a sermon was preached to the "young" particularly the "young men". The church was crowded. DeWitt preached said sermon. I sat in Geo. Wolf’s pew, our own being filled before I got there.

Monday, January 19, 1835 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

19~2 [Monday, January 19, 1835]

Clear & moderate. Our January term commenced today and I am very busy. Recd. fees of Mr. Stahl for Mr. People & Geo. Sorral $3.50 & note for $6 from L. J. [?]. Recd. letters yesterday from Julia Rawn "Phila. Jan. 16th 1835". Paid pos. 12 ½ cts & Mr. Wister [?] Germantown Phila. Co. Jan. 16, 1835, the first acknowledging the receipt of a box of clothes sent on the 12th to D. W. Rawn & the last the receipt of my letter of the [?] with $30. ~ Recd. letters from A.[?] Esqr. "Dauphin January 19, 1835" with enclosures & from Henry McHoffstate [?] "January 17, 1835". Wrote note to Dr G H Berghaus. Recd. letter from Dr B J Weistling "Middletown Dauphin Co. Jan. 19/35" & wrote to him in reply. Geo Griscow Esqr. of Phila. In my office today. Sent by abolition society.

Tuesday, January 20, 1835 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

20~3 [Tuesday, January 20, 1835]

Clear & Moderate. Recd. fee $6 in full on a note of L & J Newbaker. Recd. fee $5 of will. A Atlee for attending to [?] case against family awarded. Frances for her own use $1 1/4. Paid for Sundries 13 ½ cts. Paid for oil 31 1/4 cts. For office. Was a Dauphin County Gen. Meeting this evening in C. House. Was in my office after 9 1/4 p.m. Paid $10 to Mother Clendenin for boarding.

Wednesday, January 21, 1835 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

January 21, 1834 [sic], Wednesday

21~4 [Wednesday, January 21, 1835]

Cloudy- rain. Was very busy in court all day. Paid for Sundries 12 ½ cts. Took drink of ale with Geo. Griscow Esqr. At Weitzels. Griscow concerned in the trial of some cases concerned with kidnapping [sic] with me. Court ended at 7 p.m. I was at my office till 9 ½ p.m.

Thursday, January 22, 1835 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

22~5 [Thursday, January 22, 1835]

Clear & moderate. Busy in court all day and till 10 3/4 p.m. Shunk sent for me to Capitol. Could not go. Paid for Sundries 12 ½ cts.

Friday, January 23, 1835 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

23~6 [Friday, January 23, 1835]

Clear & moderate. Paid for Sundries 12 ½ cts. Was busy court all day till 11 p.m. when court [recessed]. Made speech of 1 3/4 length this morning.

Saturday, January 24, 1835 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

24~7 [Saturday, January 24, 1835]

Clear & moderate. Paid for 1 box of [?] powders at Lutz 37cts. Was very busily engaged in court today all day. Made 2 speeches on kidnapping [sic] case. Court House crowded and did not adjourn till 10 p.m. after which I took wine with Geo. Griscow Esqr. at Buehler’s & he & self took oysters with N. Heine at Davis’.

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