Wednesday, July 6 1757

In the morning Crowhurst brought me some earthenware, and I paid him… After marking up my ware I walked over to Framfield. I breakfasted at my mother’s and came back about 11:10. I and the 2 boys walked down to Halland. We dined on a loin of lamb roasted in Marchant’s oven with a batter pudding under it. About 6:10 Mr Elless and I went down to look on the keeper’s wool, but it not being at home, we went to Mr Jones’s and master Goad’s and looked upon theirs. We also called in at Francis Paris’s and drank a mug of beer. We came back to the keeper’s sober, but I did not get home so. We came home about 1:20. I bought the keeper’s wool at 20/- the tod and am to have 2 shoulders of venison into the bargain. I sent word to Master Goad that I would take his at 1.10.0 per tod…

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