Sunday, January 3, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

3-1 Clear- Fine- Cold hard Frozen but cold moderated considerably. Mrs Rawn [?] to Rev. Albert Boones’ [?] [Presbn.] Ch. where we heard a deeply interesting Sermon from Mr. Boone from the good book [?] early and the Will he found there. I have heard no more profoundly interesting sermon in my life. I felt frequently that Not I could [?] [appear] any time and even after I left the church I felt for a long time that a flood [?] would be a relief. Spent afternoon at my Hotel and at 5 ½ PM went to Mr. Sims’ in 17th St near Spruce by Express invitation to where Mary Nelly Betsy [?] Wife who live there with Mr. [L. Fathermilona]. Mrs Jan Peasork took tea also and from which place we went to Holy Trinity Church. Rev. Brooks a Young Unmarried man – highly Candid and most extensively patronized. Had women, even Elizabeth that is singing. Magnificently crowded hall and so generally I understand so that it is difficult for [?] to find seats at all. The young man has [considerable] originality and a beautiful verbiage or fluency, but I cannot perceive the Strength & [fav] of his teaching if they are in it. I think Mr. B’s sermon of this morning contained [who just reputation] & entertainment far times exceeding Mr.B’s or an hour exceeds a minute. I may not be able to discover his powers which others talk of. Home to my Hotel at 9 ¼ to 9 ½ and to bed 10 ½ PM.

Monday, January 4, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

4-2 Cloudy- Cold- hard frozen- Cold Moderated. Snow fell some in last night but just enough to whiten the ground. Snowed slowly of fine snow through day [?]. Up early this Morning- got my breakfast at about 8 am. Wife and I Paid for Piano Stool

in Market Street above 11th North Side $9.00
Paid Bill to A.[I] Glass at Washington House19.50
Writing Paper Presented to Nelly Beatty.44

January 4-2 Cont.-

Paid New Silk Hat [?] at [Jenkins] & Simms’ [?] 35 Chestnut St near 7th $5.00
Paid Carriage Hire Mrs Rawn Luggage Wahington House to PA Depot $1.00
Coffee & [?] (Downington) W. Omnilan (luggage) [?]= .35
Recd. of [?] Johnson 1 mos. Rent due 1 inst. $8.33
Recd. of Fanny Fyatts by sister J. Rawn 1 Mos. Rent$5.00

[?] in evening after arrivial Mrs Rawn bags at home from Phil. which was at about 4 ½ PM. I presented to my hired women Nora Barry as a holiday present- 2 pair stockings bought at Nesimer [?] and to Mr. Chas the gloves bought at the same place and time. Recd. Present yesterday from Nelly Beatty of [?] opened evening at home and to bed 8 ½ PM.

Tuesday, January 5, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

5-3 Snow falling fine slowly during morning- 2 ½ to 3 ½ inches deep in middle of day- Sleighs running- Met Board of Enrollment Morning and afternoon in [?] from 10 ¼ to 1 ¼ PM in afternoon from 3 ½ Pm to 5 PM. Attended as a Witness before [Atd.] Pepper in [Jail] by B.F. Ellin against Mr. Shoop for $10 fee at 10 ¼ for a few minutes. Paid [?] School of my [?] in 4th and 5th ward of this city M. Montgomery [?] as [?].

4th ward Malay House $2.80
" Hofnagh "3.50
" Brenner "3.50
" Nallower " 5.00
" Otis "3.50
" Johnson " 3.50
" Wolf "2.10
" Reigh [?] "4.20
$28.70
5th Ward
House [?]3.50
Water [?] of twenty five lot adjoining2.80
Paid check in Dauphin Dep. Bank$35.00
Paid [?] Mr Thompson for cleaning snow up.75
[Paste Over]
Recd. of [G. Brimmold] 1 mos. Rent for the [?] the 1 inst.$30.00
Recd. of [?] Lautter 1 mos. Rent House [?] alley Due 1 inst.12.50

Rode on horse back from 9 ½ am 5 ½ miles and walked in evening before tea 7 PM 2 ½ miles- ([?] 2 pair to said Nora Barry). Presented my hired woman Nora Barry with Pair white woolen stockings. Presented Sister Juliana Rawn with 2 pair whit woolen stockings. New stockings manufactured at Milton in [?] and sent here for our order by Arch P. Rawn with this for Mrs R daughter [?] (No Bill paid stocking here after with [?] yet to come). Met Board of Enrollment morning and afternoon. [?] from "Blassius Brothers" [?] in me that Piano [?] for five years said better [?] guaranty said Piano for five years (said better and warranty in White Pocket Book with other paper). Spent evening at home and to bed 9 ½ PM.

Wednesday, January 6, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

There is no entry for this day. The next entry is on January 7, 1864.

Thursday, January 7, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

7-5 Clear & very cold- I rode on horseback from 9 to 10 AM. Found the ride very arguable and having [?] cold to my hands. Our new Piano arrived at our home from the Penn Rail Road [?] about 10 to 11 AM. Unboxed with assistance of [?] Kohler carpenter of [?] and then aided by Peter Malay [?] two colored men carried into my parlor. I paid the colored men [?] 25 cts. each 0.50. Paid freight on said Piano [?] $3.43

Friday, January 8, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

There is no entry for this day. The next entry is on January 12, 1864.

Saturday, January 9, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

There is no entry for this day. The next entry is on January 12, 1864.

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