We arose about 7 o’clock, and after staying about 2 hours for Mr Cooper’s getting up, in expectation of receiving my balance, we then set off without it, he telling me he could not pay it then, but would the next time he saw me. We came home about 12:15. My brother stayed and dined with us on a hog’s heart pudding and short bones. After dinner my brother went home… Mr Francis Elless drank tea with us. Afterwards I went down to Mr Porter’s in the evening and balanced accounts with him and received of him in cash 2.3.0…in full of my account to the 1st January, 1757 except 6/9. James Marchant spent the evening with us after I came back from Mr Porter’s.