At home all day. In the afternoon I was sent for over to Mrs Virgoe’s to talk with Mr Dungate concerning her giving Mrs Edwards security for the money due from Mrs Virgoe to Mrs Edwards, and we appointed to meet Mr Dungate at Mrs Edwards’s on Thursday next at 3 o’clock. John Watford a-gardening for me. For dinner we had pork, light pudding and greens. Mrs Virgoe drank tea with us. In the evening read the writings of a farm called Chillys in Mayfield, which was entailed to Mrs Virgoe’s father and his heirs forever, but he cut the said entailment off and entailed it again to Mrs Virgoe and her heirs forever, after the death of her mother.