Thursday, June 2 1757

At work in my garden part of the forenoon. We dined on the remains of yesterday’s dinner with the addition of a piece of pork and potatoes boiled. In the evening helped Mr Elless weed his garden. Bottled out a barrel of cider and walked down to the Nursery. In the evening Thomas Davy at our house, to whom I read one of Tillotson’s sermons. Mr French made us a present of a dish of fish (but they were all very small). This day I was admitted a member of the Friendly Society at Mayfield, being put up by John Streeter, John Vine and Robert Hook.

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