In the morning weighed my cheese and papered out a bag of 6d nails. Went over to Chiddingly and looked upon Mr Francis Hicky’s wool and bid him 18/- per tod for it; he did not absolutely agree for me to have it, but is to let me know more. Came home and dined on a piece of pork, apple pudding and French beans. In the evening Mr Sterry and my brother came to my house. I gave Mr Sterry…£34, twelve pounds of which is on account of my mother for her wool, and the remainder, £22, is in full of my account… Mr Sterry lay at my house all night. My brother stayed and spent the evening until near 10:50.