Sunday, June 23, 1839 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

23 1 Clear~ Pleasant~ was at Epis. Ch. Morning & afternoon. Prest of U.S. there in morning & great crowd of M attend of course. Frances with me in morning Mother C in afternoon. Frances at same Ch. In Evg With her Brother Sister~ No Church at other Ch. Any part of today, T. Shunk, J Holdeman Self called on the Prest of U.S. at Naple’s at 8 1/2 or 9 P.M.~ home to bed 10 P.M.

Monday, June 24, 1839 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

24 2 Rain all day from 7 a.m. Prest of U.S. left town at 6 1/2 a.m. on his way by Lebanon Reading Easton to new York~ I saw and shook hands with him again this morning- all though I bid him Goodbye last Evening. Was at Sup. Ct. from 10 a.m. to 12 1/2 p.m. home to dinner Henry Brubaker of Halifax at my office. (New Client Stated [?] to me wanted me to go to Prot. Office [?] [?] promised to pay fee in July~ offered to take his note for Retaining fee which he refused to give and I declined proceeding further~ I thought that in our half hours conversation I discovered enough to mae me careless of him as a new client and especially as one on credit. Wrote to A.C. Ramsey Esqr York on July [?] of Balsley Estate, (v.ante. Sept. 22/37 & May 1/38)~ was at Sup. Ct. All day.~ Paid Hannah Kelly for washing 25cts for Sundries 12 1/2 cts.~ Amt. 37 1/2~ Deld to F.A. Raybold Esqr of Phila certain papers belonging to Benn Robenson (v. loose Receipts spent Evg at my office, to bed 10 p.m.

Tuesday, June 25, 1839 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

June 25th 1839 Tuesday

25 3 Clear~ Pleasant~ was at Sup. Court all day during its Ses. Legislature adjourned [?]-die this Evening. Handed Frances 50 cts paid for Sundries 5 cts. Geo kelly on acct for sawing wood 50 cts. Amt $1:05. Maj Jas Emerson who died yesterday buried this Evg Mog Clendenin went to priest this morning, Wm Boyd at my office where I was till 9 1/2 or 10 P.M. to bed

Wednesday, June 26, 1839 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

26 4 Clear~ Pleasant. Paid for marketing 69 1/4 cts viz 4 1/2 lbs beef 37 1/2 cts.- 1/2 Bus. Peas 18 3/4 cts- cherries 4 qts. 13 cts for Sundries yesterday today including 18 3/4 ct pd Bellman yesterday for mending Charlie’s shoes 22cts was at Sup. Ct. all day during its session~ Mother C. Miss M. bates went to Duncan’s Island at 6 or 7 a.m. on Packet Boat to remain a week or so. Recd letter from A.C. Ramsey Esqr York June 26/39 pd POS 6 1/4 cts in answer to mine of 24 [?] Walked on River Bank in Evg~ to bed 9 1/3 P.M.

Thursday, June 27, 1839 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

27 5 Clear~ Pleasant. Handed Frances 12 1/2 cts, & 50 cts Amt. 62 1/2~ paid Wm Catrell for 1 barrel wheat flour $6:25~ Was at Lufs. Cous all day during JS. Recd letter fr. J.G. Clarkson Esqr "Phila June 26/39" pd POS. on [?] in Land office Escorted B Bordley Cracofendizer & a gentle man accompanying him by name of Fichter from Washington Co. Maryland to Gov. Porter’s Ex. Chamber at Capital & introduce them to him spent Evg chiefly in my office to bed at 10 p.m.

Friday, June 28, 1839 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

There is no entry for this day. The next entry is on June 29, 1839.

Saturday, June 29, 1839 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

29 7 Cloudy, Clear, Cloudy. pd for Marketing (Sundries last night 12 1/2) 96 cts. Viz 2 lbs butter 40, 1/2 peck heavy 10 cts salad 3, 2 doz Eggs 30 & laundry as afore said,~ Wrote to Edward Olmstead Esqr, City Solicitor Phila in answer to letter of J.G. Clarkson Esqr Recd 27 [?] Enclosed to him Copy of Patent reqd by sdClarkson’s letter for which I Pd at land Office $1.25 & kept copy of my letter,~ Recd letter from Philip [?]. Powel’s Creek Halifax Save Co. June 29/39" by hands of his Son Geo.~ at Sup. Ct. From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.~ at 3 p.m. took my wife & son In one Horse Barouche from Hale’s Livery to W. Grimsharvis Esqr.~ returned home at 8 p.m.~ Spent Evening at home to bed 9 1/2 P.M.

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