The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 31, July 1927 - April, 1928 Page: 70
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
the members of Congress I have seen, are all for reform, a com-
plete reorganization of the government, the government is in a
desperate situation if this Congress cures all the complicated
deceases it labors under, they will be skillfull men, and will merit
the sincere thanks of the People- had much Law business to
day, got along very Smoothly, day very fine--, a cool Steady
north wind is blowing at this time 7 P. M.
Thursday the 22d October 1840 fine cool weather- was in-
troduced to a Mr Mitchel of New Orleans Mr Sherer of San Au-
gustin who arrived this Evening from independence, and washing-
ton, brings Counter Orders from Felix Huston respecting the con-
templated indian campaign, by the general good humor every
one is in this Evening, I have reasons to believe that the measure
was not a popular one, at least in this place.
Fryday the 23d nothing stirring to day, weather very fine,
wrote to Seth Sheldon, pr mail.
Saturday the 24th Cold weather to day- my Brother Isaac
left here to day for Alexandria La gave him $60 Texas monay
and a fine Silver watch had nothing else to give him, but he
is young and will work for a living like I have done wrote to
John Walker, a sale of the Personal Effect of A. Rieman deed
took place at my office, I bought a Silver Patent Lever watch gave
$19.50 good bargain- a Mr Pucket from Colorado arrived late
from indiana, he stays with me as I have some Business to tran-
sact with him, James Haverty died last night at Hyde's Tavern,
was burried to day at 4. P. m.
Sunday the 25th very fine weather to day had a white frost
last night, Mr Pucket left this morning to return in a few days
he has become the purchaser of some Lands I sold to J. D. Early
of indiana in 1835 or 1836 mail arrived from Galvezton, no
Monday the 26th October very cold last night very fine wea-
ther to day, wind South this Evening- a child of Mr Lee's died
last night received a long Letter from Mr Edward Salzman of
New Orleans respecting his affairs with Mr Ogilvy, obtained Let-
ters of Administration on the Estate of Patricio de Torres deed.
took the Oath as prescribed by Law and entered upon the duties
Tuesday 27th weather moderated to day, cloudy this Evening-
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