Sunday, August 24, 1851 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

24 - 1 Clear & fine. Pleasant, warm, children & Self at Church in morning & Self there in Eve. rest of day at home & to bed 9-1/4 P.M.

Monday, August 25, 1851 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

25 -2 Clear & fine - warm - walked 2 ms. before breakfast by 6-1/2 A.M. and rode in carriage with wife & daughter Fanny from 7-3/4 to 9 A.M. 6 or 7 Miles. Wrote letter at request of F. C. Casson Esqr. to Esqr. Good on Subject of Justices power to open his Judgments for a rehearing - Pd. Dr. Wm. Hintze apee. [appointee?] of Judgt. $259.54 by Ck. to his order (v. Recpt. Book) on dau Dep BK. Bal in full of Debt. Int. & Sup Ct. [interest and supplementary court] Costs in Case of Single vs. Stoner 23 Nov/46 in Dau. Com. Pleas. after retaining Bal. Fee $25.00 One mcClure & Self on our written agreement with Thos. Single (v11 July last rec’d of Shoff?) Paid WmMcClure by Ck to his order on [po?] Bk $12.50 his half in full of (so?) $25 fee. (v. Rept Book) (this payt actually took place at 11-3/4 A.M. 26 inst.but is dated of today to have the whole transaction Under one date - Eve. home & to bed 9-1/2.

Tuesday, August 26, 1851 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

26 -3 Clear & fine - Windy & quite Cool. Coolish - pd. Wm. McClure (v. Yesterday’s Note) Wife, daughter Fanny & Self rode in carriage from 8-3/4 to 9 A.M. 7 or 8 mi. Wrote letter under date 24 inst. to Geo. Rawn Perkiomen Nappe [?] P.O. Montgomery Co Pa. & Pd. PO13 Was in our Prison Yesterday Afternoon to see Dr. Miller - found him in a miserable condition as to health labouring under chronic diarrhoea (of which I was informed last week by keeper Milson in Prothys [Prothonotary’s?] office about Friday and Scarcely able to Stand up - Much reduced in flesh since I saw him some 2 Mos or More ago. Called when I came out & Saw Mr. Muench one of the Interpreters [?] on Subject also to see Dr Seiler the prison physician who was not at home - said by his Wife to be in the Country — This morning wrote to my Sarah A. Floyd Mills’ sister on Subject to Coatesville P.O. Chester Pa Saw Dr. Seiler after dinner on said Subject was in to see Miller from about 2-1/4 to 3-1/4 P.M. Walked 3 Miles between 4 and 5-1/2 P.M. Mr. Burnett being in Company Chief part of time. Spent Evens at home and to bed 8-1/2 P.M.

Wednesday, August 27, 1851 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

Aug. 27 - 4 Clear & fine. Coolish - Paid 25 inst 5 lbs crackers 25 cts Envelopes 5 - this day 2 lbs Butter 32 - 1-1/2 doz. Corn 9 - 5 Cantelopes 12-1/2 (last Eve.) rolls 11 - pt. Apple But. 6-1/4 - Tomatoes 6-1/4 - 4-1/2 lbs Beef 34 - Amt. $1.41. Pd. Betsey Jackson we d [ ? ]Woman, 37-1/2 in full for 1/2 day washing Yesterday & about 1/4 day Ironing today - Wife and daughter Fanny & Self rode in carriage from 7-3/4 to 9-3/4 A.M. 9 Miles round by Shoops Church etc. Son J. Calvin & Self walked round by Canal, depot etc. - 1/2 an hour about 5 P.M. Eve home & to bed 8-1/2.

Thursday, August 28, 1851 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

28 - 5 Clear & fine - Pleasant - warm Sun — rode in carriage with Wife and daughter Fanny from 7-3/4 to 9-1/2 A.M. 9 or 10 Ms. - Visited our cotton Factory from 11-3/4 to 12 noon with our children being my first visit since it was put in oeration. Spent afternoon and Eveng. chiefly at home - walked on board way from 7-1/2 to 8 P.M. to bed 9.

Friday, August 29, 1851 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

29 - 6 Clear & fine - Pleasant - hot Sun - rode in carriage with wife & daughter Fanny for benefit of latters health as hereto fine (she having the whooping cough badly) from 8 to 9-3/4 A.M. 9 or 10 Miles - Rec’d of Shffshell [?] on Ex n No 50 Aug 7.51 Waushaw for Miller - Jme. Elfatrich & Son by debts, against Plffs [plaintiffs] for Costs Attys Legal Fee $3.50 Walked in Eve. after tea on Boardway for an hour - to bed 9 P.M.

Saturday, August 30, 1851 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

30 - 7 Clear & fine - hot Sun - Pd. 2 lbs. Butter 31 - Beef 2-1/2 lbs. 20 - onions - Dutch cheese - rolls & Fruit - milk. Segars & to children 35 3/4 Bus. Potatoes 37-1/2 - 28 lbs Wheat Flour 70 - Amt. $1.93-1/2. Rec’d of Amos Millhouse by his Wife for Mr. Jarvis & sisters $4.50 Rent. Walked 3 Miles about 10 A.M. and on boardway after tea about 8-1/2 A.M. for 1/2 an hour. Addressed letter to the Pres. of The Key Stone Club present and Kept Copy & Sent same by E.M. Pollock to meeting this Eve. at Shakespeare Saloon. Spent day & Even. except as above chiefly at home & to bed 9-1/2 or 10 P.M.

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