Sunday, November 6, 1836 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

Nov" 6th 1836 Sunday

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6 ~ 1 Clear ~ Pleasant, I was at our own church Morning Evening. Francis then Mother then in Morning the former in the Evening, I took walk about 4 ½ P.M. 3 or 4 miles.

Monday, November 7, 1836 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

7 ~ 2 Clear ~ Pleasant ~ Cold, I paid [?] A. Taylor $3 ¼ in full for 1 ½ days hauling Hickory wood (about 8 cords bought of ranch) for me from Canal to my house (O.R. Book) Ran[?] [?] from Jas" W. Griffith "Dauphin Nov. 1836" popos[paid postage] 6cts Wrote in reply, also from B Boroley Crawford Esq "Chambersburg Nov" 5 . 1836" popos[paid postage] 10 cts Wrote to him in reply, sent D.W. Rawn The "Reporter" "Keystone" of last week, Aunt Hammah Rhawn of Halifax Mrs Philip Newbeken were at Shunks from about 1 P.M. till night & all Night, Geo. Kelly[?] sawed wood to day from about 1 ½ P.M. to 4 P.M. I walked near 4 ½ miles after 4 P.M. – was at The Episcopal Church heard Bishop Ordendonk[?] preach a first rate sermon thought this he has always done when I, have heard him. Handed Frances $2. For family purposes – home at 10 PM.

Tuesday, November 8, 1836 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

8 ~ 3 Clear ~ Beautiful ~ wrote letter to Philip Newbeken Sending an a/c of Election Returns Sent by his wife Aunt Hannah who were all night at Shunks to whom I introduced my wife Daughter [?] this morning at Shunk, re-delivered to Aunt Hannah Rhawn in Shunks office 5 out of 6 [?] notes [?] from her 2 or 3 years ago to Collect but in which the individuals are dead, not known when there are or insolvent, The notes were drawn by the persons in Uncle Sam Rhawn’s favor[?], Shunk was writing to the delivery Rec[received] letter from Sister Julian Rawn "Phil Nov 5 /36" Wrote to her in reply referring to my letter to DW Rawn on then the last mo’ not yet answered. Wrote to Geo. W. Evans Cincinnati Ohio. "Kept Copy" Took walk 4 or 5 miles in Evening. Piled wood 1 ½ hours in afternoon, was at my office after tea till 8 ½ P.M. – [?] B[?] th[?]

Wednesday, November 9, 1836 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

9 ~ 4 Clear ~ Beautiful. Paid for Marketing 74 cts for [?] 32 cts – for 2 13 lbs charcoal 50 cts, Received letter from Horrace Binney Jr [?] "Phil" a" with [?] in answer to my letter to [?] [?]ildebum [?] 2nd popos 25 cts. Also reo"[received] letter from T.J. Bryant Esq Phill Nov 7/36’ in answer to mine of [?] last mo[month] popos[paid postage] 12 ½

Nov. 9. 1836 Wednesday

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9 ~ 4 Contd[Continued] –~Paid for a pair of coarse buckskin Gloves at Eldens 75 cts - Po[paid] H Antes 50 cts in full for the Wharfage[?] of 8 cords of Hickory Wood hauled from the Canal by Ben. A. Taylor. Present Mr. Butten (Colo" Man) – Frances Self wrote joint letter to Mo" Jos. Clendeni[?] Little Rock Arkansaw Went by Lieut Simmons of U.S.A. was at office till 9PM

Thursday, November 10, 1836 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

10 ~ 5 Clear ~ Pleasant, dressed up my celery took up turnips piled wood in cellar till 11 A.M. also piled wood in the afternoon walked to Bell View

Friday, November 11, 1836 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

11 ~ 6 Clear ~ Rain, I was at the Masonic Hall at 3 P.M. to hear lecture of Rev. Mr. Blanchard on the Subycil[?] of abolition. Po"[paid] for Beer at Bamitz[?] by Kitty[?] 6 1/4 Frances Self were at "prefraratory[?] meeting" at our Church

Saturday, November 12, 1836 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

12 ~ 7 Clear ~ Pleasant Mild as Spring till 10 ½ Heavy Thunder in last night – Paid for Marketing $1"08 ½ Paid for a Broom in Market 25 cts p. for[paid for] Beer at Bamitz by Kitty 6 ¼ Handed Frances for Family purposes $2. Sent the "Reporter" & Key-Stone of this week to DWR. Phila"[Philadelphia] – Our Black woman cleaned my office Stove. I was at lecture at Masonic Hall [?] Yesterday from 3 to 4 ½. Was at Peter Davis Oyster Cellar & po" [paid] 12 ½ cts for Oysters to Fisk with him. – at Buekhas[?] Reading Room

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