At work in my garden in the forenoon. We dined on the remains of yesterday’s dinner with the addition of a batter pudding. After dinner my brother John from Tunbridge Wells came in to see us, he having [been] down at the Moat a-fishing of a pond, or at least a-seeing one fished. He stayed and drank tea, and afterwards I went almost as far as Eason’s Green with him to bring him going on his way to Framfield. Otherwise at home all day. In the evening read the 30th of Tillotson’s sermons.