In the morning I got up and went over to Framfield and called at Thomas Durrant’s as I went a-long, for some money, but could get none. I dined at my mother’s… After dinner my brother and I walked over to Uckfield and, meeting with Mr Thornton at home, I committed to him the care of getting in of Mr Adams’s debt. We came back and drank tea at my mother’s in company with Mr John Davenport and Mr Soundy, the latter of whom has declined taking my mother’s shop. After tea my brother and I came walking home together. He stayed and spent the evening with us and also stayed all night. In the evening read some in Mead on poisons.