Sunday, September 7, 1851 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

7 - 1 Clear & very warm, Sultry - Cloudy & Some little rain in evening. Wife, Mary & Chas. at Ch. in morning - I was there in Eve. rest of day & Eve. home - home from Ch. 8-1/2 and to bed 9 P.M.

Monday, September 8, 1851 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

8 - 2 Cloudy & Clear. Sultry - very warm - rec’d of Chas. Mason for Miller & other $3.00 on a/c Rent - wife & Fanny & Son J. Calvin rode in carriage from 2-1/2 or 3 to 6 P.M. - Rec’d Tel. Despatch [sic] from W. G. Milliston & Co. Phila. Teld [telegraphed] in reply also wrote in reply & pd.PO1. 3 cts. Spent Eve. home & to bed 9 PM.

Tuesday, September 9, 1851 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

9 - 3 Clear & very warm - Sultry - Court this morning by Judge Watts [next word

indecipherable] Judge Pearson - I argued before Judge Matts McAllister & [?] Stephenson case for a new Trial & Bill of Costs in Briggs vs The Am. Tel. Co. & Made application to approve Neidig Inventory. Paid Betsey Jackson & her relative Betsey Nathans (per latter) for the washing of former yesterday and Ironing of latter lady in full 37-1/2 cts. Rec’d letter from W. G. Milliston & Co Phila Sept 8 (v8 inst) Spent day chiefly at home after Court - walked on boardway after tea to bed 9.

Wednesday, September 10, 1851 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

10 - 4 Clear & very warm - as hot if not hotter weather than we have had this summer. Nights also very warm - pd. 2 lbs. butter 33, 4 qts. cherries 16 - Sweet potatoes 6-1/4 - apples 5 Sundries 5 cts. Amt. 65-1/4. Rec’d letter from W.G. Milliston & Co. Phila. Sept. [?] enclosing claim against J. T. Croft Music teacher, etc. of this place (v. 8&9 inst.) Spent day chiefly at home - walked on boardway after tea about 8 P.M. 1/2 an hour or more - to bed at 9-1/2 or 10P.M.

Thursday, September 11, 1851 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

11 - 5 Clear & very warm - Called on Mr. Croft (J. T.) about Milliston claim - Wrote Judgt. note in which he was to get home of B. Park - did not - he called in Eve. with letter to my clients & had it to me - I wrote to them in reply to theirs recd 9 & 10 inst pd. POI 3- Wife, Son Chas. J Calvin & Fanny rode in carriage from 8 to 9-1/4 A.M. Spent day & Eve chiefly home & to bed 10 P.M.

Friday, September 12, 1851 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

12 - 6 Clear & very warm - Rain in eve. I walked before breakfast from 6 to 7 AM 3 ms. - Very warmest weather we have had this summer, pd for refreshments Thos Elder Esqr. & Self at Sanders’ Washington Hotel 13-1/2 at 11 A.M. Paid for 1/4 Peck Peaches 9-1/2 - cough med 10 - 5 lbs crackers 25 Amt 57 cts - One Sam. Moyer called on me about (?) fees in Rieme case and left with a flea in his [craw? curls?] as the Saying goes, etc. Spent Eve chiefly at home & to bed 9.

Saturday, September 13, 1851 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

13 - 7 Heavy Rain in last Night - Clear & Cloudy & very warm through day - Pd. 1 lb. Butter 20 - Sweet Potatoes 22 3/4 lbs. veal 16 (of Trollinger) 6 qts dried cherries 26 - 2 doz Eggs 20 1/2 Bus. shelled Corn 30 - rusk 6-1/4 - Sundries 5 - Amt. $1.43-1/4. Rec’d letter from W.G. Milliston & Co. Phila. Sept. 13, in reply to [following line was cut off when copying]. . . few lines (unsealed) to Mr. Croft which I del’d to him and by noon had their business with him arranged for present by B. Parker Esqr. going Bail for 30 dys from 11 inst. Son J. Calvin & Self rode in our carriage from 4 to 6 P.M. Mary Lee formerly Peacock daughter of James P. came to town today - I called to see her at Mr Beattys at 7-1/2 P.M. but she was at D.D. Bank where I called & found her and Mr & Mrs Beatty & remained 15 minutes or so till they left, when I came home at 8-1/2 P.M. To bed 9-1/2 P.M.

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