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Abel Parker

2,

00

Harriet [Pocock] Pickett

1,

00

Sophia Nelson

1,

05

Jane Dumn [Jean Stirling Dunn]

50

Ann [Kirk] Henwood

50

Anna Pickett

50

Elizabeth [Dodd] Clegg

1

00

Agnes [McGavin] Mc’Kindrick

1

05

Rebecca [Evans] Williams

1,

05

Ann [Francis] Haynes

50

Emily [Atkin] Warburton

1’

10

9,

10

Mary Ann Atkin [Mary Ann Maughan Atkins]

1,

00

[p. 150] {p. 52}

 

Cash Account—January.

2Jan. 1879

Date.

Received.

Paid.

2

Rec’d of Treas. James Jack3 For Expenses to Washington

133

00

9

Rec’d of George Q. Cannon

Washington Jan. 9,/79

9

90

00

28

Rec’d of Hon. G. Q. Cannon

100’

00

30

Rec’d of G. Q. Cannon

21

00

"

Rec’d of Hon. G. Q. Cannon

100

00

[p. 152] {p. 53}

 

Cash Account—January.

Jan. 1879

Date.

Received.

Paid.

2

Tickets to Omaha Tickets to Philadelphia

22

00

22

00

3

Tickets to Omaha

177

00

5

Tickets to Chicago

33

00

Sleeping Berths

3

60

For dinners, tea and Items

4

90

6

Chicago Carriage

fare luggage etc.

2

50

7

Tickets for Phil

Berths

5

00

Meals etc.

3

20

Porter

1

50

8

Tickets to Washington

9

00

9

Porter

50

11

Hotel Bill

29

90

Carriage etc

4

50

Car fare

1

00

Express

1

50

Telegram

2

90

[p. 153] {p. 54}

 

4Mary Ann [Read] Kent 5 copies

Anna [Isaacson] Josephson St. Johns Malad Vally

Ellinor [Davies] Lewis

Ellinor C. Dadly [Dudley]

Emma [Morgan] Stevens

Chastie [Blomdahl] Martin t[o] be stopped [p. 154] {p. 55}

 

Lakeview

Jane [Gillespie] Adamson

1<2>,

00

Isabella Morton

2,

00

Ann B. Stule

1,

00

Sarah Stul[e]

1,

00

Ellen [Gillespie] Shields

1,

00

[p. 155] {p. 56}

 

Edwin F. Gardner

U.S. Army

Ft. Ellis Montana

Orthopgny5 Class

Methods & Gesture

By H. L. D. Potter

[p. 161] {p. 57}

 

Simon Barns

P. O. Box 1861

San Francisco Cal.6 [p. 162] {p. 58}

 

a gentleman who used to put up at the same Hotel “Langham” in London where “Ouida”7 put up also. She had a “suite” of rooms there, she was open and free, her friends were quite at home in and at their ease with her; one of the rooms had a paper over it “Smoking permitted here” She was much admired was a single woman, fond of dogs, not an English wom<an> but a foreigner. March 20, 1879. [p. 163] {p. 59}

 

81 Surrender of Burgoyne

Saratoga N.Y.

Oct. 1, 17779

2 Declaration of Independence Baptism of Poc<a>hantas [p. 164] {p. 60}

Discovery of the Miss By De Soto (Bermuda Italian)

Discovery of America by Columbus

represntation of the funeral or burial of [p. 165] {p. 61}

of Desoto

The landing of Columbus

Embarkation of the Pilgrims [p. 166] {p. 62}

Gen. Washington resigning his Commission to Congress Dec. 25, 1785 [p. 167] {p. 63}

 

10<Rose apple

Rattan palm,>

Sugar & Wine Sego

Benyan Tree

varieties of figs

Spirogna

horcut◊◊◊

Creeping Fig vine

Jessamine [p. 168] {p. 64}

(Puzzle Monky)11

Silk Oak

tree fern [p. 169] {p. 65}

 

12Mrs. E. Dora Graham

423 Bryant St.

between 2d & 3d.

San Francisco Cal.

Mr. Godey

Baltimore Md

Edwin F. Gardner M.D.

U.S. Army [p. 170] {p. 66}

 

Designed & Modeled by Randolph Rogers,13

F. V. Miller <Rome 1853>

Executed Munich 1860.

Eugenia Australia [p. 171] {p. 67}

 

Simon Baun [Baum?]

San Francisco

Thomas A. Godery14

Baltimore [p. 174] {p. 68}

 

Mrs <A. J.> [Amelia Josephine] Purrington

1108 F st. N.W–

Washington City

Mr. Tevis

of

San Francisco

who had just returned from Europe visited Greenland etc. been in a storm at see etc. [p. 176] {p. 69}

 

I think when I read that sweet story of old

When Jesus dwelt here among men

How he called little children like lambs to his fold

I wish I had been with him then15 [p. 177] {p. 70}

 

Bills Receivable.

left Washington Thursday

7 o’clock 30 minutes

Thursday Jan. 30, 1879

Friday Jan. 31,

Date.

Name.

Amount.

newspapers.

10

tea & Lemons

35

Dinner

50

book for Zina

1

25

Book

2

00

colored porter

25

Tea

15

15

Porter

25

" "

25

[p. 178] {p. 71}

 

Bills Payable.

Date.

Name.

Amount.

Tickets for Chicago

35

00

Berth

5

00

Isabel Winner

Summer Hill

Pike Co. Ill.

her son kept the saw mill [p. 179] {p. 72}

 

Bills Receivable.

Date.

Name.

Amount.

Carriage for Palmer House

1

00

Expenes Palmer House

3

00

Newspapers

10

hair cutting

1

00

hair dressing

1

00

hair pins etc

25

Porter

50

Chambermaid

10

Carriage

1

50

Porter

25

"

25

ticket for berth

3

00

fare A. S. L.

5

20

Porters

1

50

[p. 180] {p. 73}

 

I wish that his arms <hands> had been

Thrown around me a <placed on my head>

And <That> his arms had been placed thrown around me

That I might have heard his sweet words when he said

Little childrn now come unto me– [p. 181] {p. 74}

 

paid for rope for trunk

25

porter etc.

1’

50

berth

8,

00

tea oysters

50

alcohol

50

pickles & jelly

50

[p. 182] {p. 75}

 

Rudy from Munson 931. & G St. N

at Dr. Bigelow’s16