pg 98Friday. 29. th. April. 1842.

Mild, and clear sky.

To.day we commenced our preparations for
moveing. G, and I worked hard all day.
The children ran wild on the occasion, I wished
them safe out of the confusion.
Deborah, took tea with me, Mr Priestly, came
for her in the evening. She looks fat, and
Remsen was not well, we gave him some
I engaged “Catharine Shanly”, to.night, her wages
to be seven dollars.

Mr Hasbrouck engaged board for us at Mrs Macey
in Courtland street.