Sunday, November 6, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

6 – 1 Clear, fine – fresh. Pleasant – I walked bet[ween] 10 & 11 am 3 1/2 to 4 miles. Was not at church in morning. Remained at home rest of day. Was at my church in evening. To institution Monthly concert

For benefit of mission .25

These monthly concerts for missions which were formally held in the [?] Monday Evening of every month now held Sunday evening [?] To bed 9 ½ to 10

Monday, November 7, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

Nov 7 – 2 Rain in and through last night. Cloudy and some rain This morning. Cloudy this after through day. I was at D. Flemings Office from 10 to 11 ½ am meeting Mr. E. Foster our client – there and holding consultation on subject of his claim against his father estate

Recd of John Saulter Rent 1 mos. Rent the 1 inst $15.00

" " Chas. [?]ker 1 mos. " " " $9.00

I walked through town in after part of day with dogs Jim And Lark spending some time at State St. house where [?] moved from about a week ago fastening it up to

The clerk and Geo. Francis Train had a crowded audience in the court House from 6 ½ or 7 to 10 p.m. at a Union Meeting. Ladies present. Mrs Rawn there. I was till about 8 pm but having ascertained in a general way a knowledge of the speaker and the house being crowded and myself tired generally and especially of standing, I came home. Waited for the others till 10 pm and then went to bed.

Tuesday, November 8, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

8 – 3 Rain in last night and misty and disagreeable all day.

We Recd letter from son Chas. 102 Chatham St. N.Y. I wrote to him in reply –

I have this day voted for the Country by voting the Union ticket for election for Abraham Lincoln

I consider that the man, be him whom he may, that votes the so called Democratic or McClellan ticket does, in effect a ten- dency, whatever may be his opinions, vote for treason and for the destruction and disruption of the country. I accept the issue with all traitors, and go for the country and the government The constitution with Union to the last dollar and the last man if needed to defend them. Spent evening at home at to bed 8 to 9 pm.

Wednesday, November 9, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

9-4 cloudy, - very disagreeable all day – very muddy & rainy - Was up early and out to market. Mrs. Rawn at market also.

Mrs. Rawn pd 1 lb butter 45 chicken 35 [?] pts 25 turnips 5 $1.10

Paid 20 to Mrs [?] celery 10 – Beef $1.30, 2lbs white [?] .56 2.10/$5.36

Note: The next transcribed journal entry jumps to December 01, 1864.

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