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June 30, 1849 (Saturday)

Pleasant day. The cholera is becoming tolerably severe in this city now there being 48 cases and 18 deaths today. Took a short walk this evening.

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June 29, 1849 (Friday)

Cloudy pretty much all day. Called on Miss F—y C—t, but she had gone with her mother to the country.  Mr. Tilden started this afternoon for New York. Presumably, Fanny left the city with her mother for the same reason … Continue reading

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June 28, 1849 (Thursday)

This has been a real April day, every now and then raining very hard. The Tildens left this morning for the country, and gloomy as the weather does it seem without them.  Rained all evening—did not go out. As mentioned … Continue reading

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June 27, 1849 (Wednesday)

Delightful weather—pleasantly cool. The cholera is here at length and that pretty severely too; there having been up to one o’clock today, 43 cases and 12 deaths, during the previous 24 hours.  Passed the evening at home as usual.

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June 26, 1849 (Tuesday)

Very pleasant day.  My Birthday. Quite a gloom has suddenly been thrown over some of us on account of the Tilden family all going to leave the city in a day or two for the country.  Mr. T. going to California … Continue reading

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June 25, 1849 (Monday)

This has been a delightful day, the shower of last evening having cooled the atmosphere and made it very pleasant.  Came to the city this morning from Norristown. Did not go out this evening.

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June 24, 1849 (Sunday)

Excessively hot today. Went to church in the morning and Sunday School in the afternoon. Called on Miss Camilla J—n this evening. Had a delightful shower the early part of the evening.

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June 23, 1849 (Saturday)

The thermometer today was 100°. Went to Phoenixville this afternoon and returning stopped at Norristown intending to return to the city in the last train but missed it—watch was too slow.  Called on the Miss K—ns, McKays,  and saw several … Continue reading

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June 22, 1849 (Friday)

Today the thermometer was as high as 99 1/2° in the shade.  That is tolerably well up. Did not go out this evening.  Called on Miss F—y C—t early in the morning.

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June 21, 1849 (Thursday)

This has been by far the warmest day of the season, the thermometer was 103°, in Chestnut St. Called on Miss F—y C—t this evening and also on the Miss S—d—ns the latter of whom were out.

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