Sunday, August 14, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

14 – 1 Clear – very warm – church at [ours] only in morning – Rev Mr. Shearer preached [overlay]. Lumbago still [overlay].

Monday, August 15, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

15 – 2 [Overlay]

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Copied from Blank of Settlement of my [?] for 8 mos. [1st] August 1864 from 31 Nov 63 [?] payment N.M.Wiley

Term of Service chargedPay for Mo[nth] Am[oun]t
8 mos.$53.33$426.64
1 Private Servant 8 [mos?]$12.0096.00
Clothing for [servant?] 2.5020.00
No of days 244
N[umber] of Rations per day 5
Total n[umber] of Rations 1220 at .30 = 366.00
$908.64
Tax18.57
Bal. Owe[d] me by U.S. as Commission of Board of Enrollment$890.07

Chas. Rawn

14 [?] per Aug 1-1864. ]Received] by me Aug 15-64 of [?] Wiley next door to my house.

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P[ai]d Chambers Dubbs (cal.) County, State, & Relief taxes for 1864 on my 60 feet of Ground on [West. Ave. W.basin] $9.45

Aug 15 – 2 cont[inue]d Met Board of Enrollm[en]t morning and afternoon – walked through day morning and Even[ing] 3 to 4 m[ile]s To bed 10.

Tuesday, August 16, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

16 – 3 Cloudy & Clear – Pleasant – walked 3 mi[les] cir[ca?] bet[ween] 8 ½ & 9 ½ am. At Board of Enrollm[en]t. No one present – in morning but myself except Clement a few minutes. Dr. C[harlton] there in afternoon.

I received back from First National Bank for Geo. H. Small of the $2000 I gave them yesterday in "demand notes" (good for the gold). I did not know I had given them $30.00

Gave Mr. Small my check on Dau[phin] Dep[osit] B[an]k to refund $30.00

Paid A. K. Fahnestock ([cal.?]) my U.S. Income Tax for 1863 $19.42

" [?] License Tax (U.S.) to Practice as an attorney 10.00

$30.00

Jno [John] Calvin came home at about 7 pm with his company, it having been sent to guard some Rebel [?] on their way to Elmire, N.Y. The Co. was relieved at this place by a Guard of the [?] Corps who had also come on but were themselves relieved at Baltimore to this place [by said] Comp[an]y. To bed 10.

Wednesday, August 17, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

17 – 4 Rain in last night – cloudy – very Sultry – some rain through day. Mrs. Rawn at market[& po – post office?]

2 ¼ lb beef 40, 2 lb butter 70 $1.10
1 ½ doz corn 30, apples 15, apple butter 15, melons 15 Fruit 10 .85
½ gal. Vinegar 20, 1 lb Starch 12 [Nashor…], Mrs. Juliann Hatterval?/late Bennett .50 =.82
$2.77

I paid Sugar 25. Peaches 5. - - - - - - .30

Met Board of Enrollm[en]t morning and afternoon – neither Dr.C[harlton] more Capt C[lement] present more than half the time – Capt C[lement] not half – I walked through day chiefly in evening 3 – 4 miles – Jno [John] Calvin left with his Co[mpany] again for Baltimore at 1 to 2 pm. To bed 10.

Thursday, August 18, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

18 – 5 Clear – Cloudy – very warm – Met Board of Enrollm[en]t morning and afternoon. Dr.C[harlton]& Capt C[lement] very irregular in their attendance delaying the business of the Board very considerably – Capt C[lement] not there an hour through the day.. [Phrase written above: ??? till 11 am now] Dr.C[harlton] not there until bet[ween] 4 & 5 in afternoon. [Time meetings 2 ½ pm.] Walked through day 2 ½ to 3 ½ miles chiefly before meet[in]g of Board in morning – crowds of People daily attending on the Board to get struck from the rolls – 1/3 or1/4 [perhaps] succeed –

Rec[eive]d of Mrs Martha & Mrs Eliz[abe]th Updegrove 1 mos rent [?inst] $10.00

Friday, August 19, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

19 – 6 Clear & Cloudy – Pleasant – walked in morning bet[ween] 9 & 10 am and in the evening bet[ween] 7 & 8 pm in all 4 miles or so chiefly in evening - dogs Jim & Jack along –

Met Bo[ard] Enroll[ment] Morning & afternoon. Dr.C[harlton] not there till about 11 am nor till bet 4 & 5 pm. Capt C[lement] not there ½ an hour today. Mich[ae]l Burke was buried today. He was killed last Thursday afternoon crossing the Rail Road in his [Tilbury] or carriage.

Paid at Dock’s (Shipler & Frazen) store for 1 qt. wine (to put in tomato catsup) $1.00

" per Mrs. Rawn ([? inst]) Mustard – Black Pepper – Red Pepper, cinnamon, clover, garlic, white sugar for catsup1.05
" 3 lbs Soap.30
$1.35

Home from walk 7 ¾ - at Gilberts with man from North Street House to get [lock] – To bed 9 ½

Saturday, August 20, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

20 – 7 Clear & Cloudy – Pleasant. Mrs. R[awn] at market [& po – post office?]

2 ¼ lbs beef 45. 1 lb butter 35, 1 ½ dozen corn 30, ½ peck Potatoes 20 $1.30
apple butter 15 ¼ peck Tomatoes 5, cheese, melon, rolls 25 .45
4 1/8 lbs Brown Sugar.95
$2.70
I paid 1 Pint Alcohol 50, 2 ounces gum camphor 30.80
½ peck Peaches {[yellow]} 31 2 lbs crackers 35.66

Met Board of Enrollm[en]t morning and afternoon. Dr. Charlton and self doing the business. Capt C[lement] in a few minutes. I walked through day bet[ween] 9 & 10 am and 7 and 8 pm, 3 to 4 miles. To bed 9 ½.

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