Sunday, June 2, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

2-1 (Sunday, June 2, 1833) Clear & windy & very warm - in morning thunder gust in afternoon

Julian, Frances and self were at Orthodox Quaker meeting on West-Chester [?] this morning. same ladies & myself went to [?] -town Boarding school in [hired] carriage of [Maginness] in afternoon and staid meeting there and got a [?] of rain returning to West-Chester hire of said carriage to DW Rawn who took it home 75 cts. Mr Rutter Esqr. & wife called on us after tea. Powel [?] here also

Monday, June 3, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

3-2 (Monday, June 3, 1833) Clear & pleasant. was at Samson Babbs, Atheneum & Vans office this morning. Wm [GT] Cheyney came to Mothers at 6 o’clock P.M. - saw Frances for 1st time - took supper & staid till 9 1/2 P.M. & went to [?] home at [?] house - Cheyney, DWR. & self in gymnasium this evening performing - went in with Van & [?] Esqrs.

Tuesday, June 4, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

4-3 (Tuesday, June 4, 1833) Clear & Cold. [received] [Black] [Henny] to wheel [?] to Rail Road house 12 1/2 cts. paid fare for Frances & self from West-Chester to Phila. $2.50 and started at 8 o’clock A.M. reached Mansion House Hotel at noon in stage and house full. Drove to [United States] Hotel opposite L Bank on Chestnut St. took chamber no 15 and parlour no 2 and [?]. Wrote notes after dinner to Wm. Buehler, G W Rawn & Gov. Findlay. first named gent called before supper & after supper called again with Mrs. Catherine Snyder his sisterinlaw when we all went to Washington Square & the Museum and separated at 9 1/2 P.M. for our separate lodgings.

Wednesday, June 5, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

5-4 (Wednesday, June 5, 1833) Clear & pleasant. paid for letter paper this morning 12 1/2 cts. called at office of "Saturday Courier" this morning and told to publish my marriage at 10 1/2 Frances & self walked around Independence & Washington Squares Received calls at our [?] no 2 from F R Shunk Esqr. Mr Geo Rhawn, Mr. & Mrs Wm Buehler, Gov Findlay, [?] G T Cheyney. [?] Mr Clendennin, Mrs Espy other sister mrs Duncan at 4 P.M. F R Shunk Esqr. and his nieces Eliz’th & Maria & Harriet Dietrich called at our parlour and we all [?] to Masonic hall where was exhibiting Adam & Eve & then Expulsion from paradise. Shunk paid $1.00 and I paid 50 cts - picture [rather indelicate] for ladies & gentlemen to look at together. from there we went to the Academy of "Fine Arts" where I paid for all six $1.50 and from there to [?] Shunk where we took tea & spent the evening - Gov. Findlay came there after tea.

Thursday, June 6, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

6-5 (Thursday, June 6, 1833) Rain. Mr. David Reed of West Chester [?] Clendennin. F R Shunk & Bela [Badge] made calls this morning - I was in Judge [Lutherean’s] court short time this morning. [?] Hanna Esqr Paid for two Box Tickets to "Cooper Benefit" on Monday evening next - $4.00 Gov Findlay called in afternoon and walked with Frances and myself on our way to Mr Buehler as far as Red Sion Hotel where he went in. we cont. on to Mr Wm B. where we took tea with Mrs. [Mahany], Mrs. Bennet, Mrs. Snyder & F R Shunk. Mr Bennet, son and [?] came in after tea. we returned to our hotel at 10 o clock. Mr Toland called [?] we went to Buehlers & T G Clarkson while we were away and left his carde.

Friday, June 7, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

7-6 (Friday, June 7, 1833) Rain in morning & all day. Hiester called at hotel and I went with him to buy carpet & sofa which he did. he returned with me and saw Frances. wrote notes to [A. S.] Gazette, Phila Inquirer, Sat. Evening Post, Globe & Daily Chronicle to publish marriage. [?] at hotel in afternoon from Mr and Mrs [Ely] Clarkson, Lieut C. and Mrs Heinman and in morning from Lieut Clendenen and his sister Mrs. Freeman & Mrs Clendenen. went with Frances at 5 o’clock to buy pair shoes to [?] paid $1.50 for them. gave fran $20 note on Wednesday. received visits from the [?]Biorem this afternoon & returned it at Mr. Biorem in Wood[?] 6th st in Evening where we saw A.O. Hiester & Mr & Mrs Wyath [?] at Broad & Cherry st while there to which I went & saw Isaac Shunk then - called at his house on my way back & Fran & self returned to our hotel at 10 1/2 P. M.

Saturday, June 8, 1833 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

8-7 (Saturday, June 8, 1833) Cloudy. some Rain in morning [G McElhanen] called. I went to [Barten], paid 6 1/4 cts & to [?] Baths paid 25 cts. Lieut Clendennin called this morning. Mrs. Fran. Rhawn & F [?] went shopping - F. & C. bought two bonnets & a vail - one bonnet at $7 and the vail at $7 for herself other bonnet for Mrs Mary Clendenen at $5 for all which I paid. [?] note to F. P. & myself from Mr & Mrs Badger inviting us there to tea on monday next. I wrote in reply [?] from previous engagements. Frances wrote to Elizabeth Peacock. received [?] of Senator Boyd & Daughter this morning who had called when we were out. I called at Red Sion in Market st. to see Mr Mitchell canal commission and left card for him. Frances & myself dined at Mrs Clarkson’s today at 3 1/2 P. M. Mr Toland dined also and F R Shunk was to dine but could not find the place. Mrs Clarkson returned to our hotel with Frances & myself after dinner & Clarkson in company. on our way we stopt at Library in 5th st. Clarkson & myself then went down Chestnut st to [?] & South [store] where was [Charl] H Cheyney and where from the 2nd story window [?] [?] Jackson Pres of the United States [?] up Chestnut to 3rd and up third to [Heis Rills] city Hotel. he came from Baltimore this day in the "peoples line" through the Chesapeake & Del canal and land at the Navy Yard in this city (Phila) at 5 1/2 or 6 o’clock. he was escorted by a large body of troopers & a press of citizenry almost suffocating. - G W Rhawn took tea with Frances & myself at our Hotel & we spent evening at home.

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