Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 1, 21 December 1842–10 March 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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, East wind. through the day 3 o clock rain commencd. informed & they might bond themselves at dinner ( began to settle with the brethrn about s at mayors office)
8 March 1843 • Wednesday
Wednesday March 8th 1843 Suddenly in the night wind changed to NW. extremely cold this morn very plesat [pleasant]. & clear— much floating ice in the .— at the office 8 oclock signed some writing concerni[n]g the Ligion— after Dinner in office <​ came in—​> wrote a letter to [[]] conver[s]ed with the Prussian abo[u]t Military tactics. recond [reckoned] with [William] Ford.— 5 o clock cloudy.— Rode out with .— [p. [279]]
, East wind. through the day 3 o clock rain commencd. informed & they might bond themselves at dinner ( began to settle with the brethrn about s at mayors office)
8 March 1843 • Wednesday
Wednesday March 8th 1843 Suddenly in the night wind changed to NW. extremely cold this morn very plesat pleasant. & clear— much floating ice in the .— at the office 8 oclock signed some writing concerning the Ligion— after Dinner in office came in— wrote a letter to conversed with the Prussian about Military tactics. recond reckoned with William Ford.— 5 o clock cloudy.— Rode out with .— [p. [279]]
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