Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 2, 10 March 1843–14 July 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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10 orderd a writ agai[n]st A. Fields  for disorderly conduct.—
& gave an order on &  for papers $16.—
A. Fields was brought in about  noon drunk or pretending to  be so and was ordered to be put in  irons till sober, he abused all pres ent by his drunken appeara[n]ce.
has been out in the city  dined at 2 o clock.—
“Awful Gale” says Gazette, within the last  6 weeks 154 vissels were wrecked on the coast of England  & 190 lives lost;— on the coast of Ireland 5 vessels & 134  lives; on the coast of Scotland 17 vissels 39 lives;  on the coast on of france 4 vessels.— & 100 lives. value  of vessel & cargoes roughly estimated £825,000.— [p. [25]]
10 orderd a writ against A. Fields for disorderly conduct.—
& gave an order on & for papers $16.—
A. Fields was brought in about noon drunk or pretending to be so and was ordered to be put in irons till sober, he abused all present by his drunken appearance.
has been out in the city dined at 2 o clock.—
“Awful Gale” says Gazette, within the last 6 weeks 154 vissels were wrecked on the coast of England & 190 lives lost;— on the coast of Ireland 5 vessels & 134 lives; on the coast of Scotland 17 vissels 39 lives; on the coast of france 4 vessels.— & 100 lives. value of vessel & cargoes roughly estimated £825,000.— [p. [25]]
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