Thursday, September 8 1757

…Mr Breeden of Pevensey called on me in his road from London and dined with us on the remains of yesterday’s dinner with the addition of a sheep’s heart, pudding, some mutton chops and French beans. He stayed about an hour after dinner. My brother came over in the afternoon, but did not stay. I received of him the 18d I paid Dr Snelling yesterday. Mr Bulpit, Messrs Heywood and Blake’s rider, called on me, and my brother and he, together with myself, went down to Jones’s and stayed about half an hour. At home all day. In the evening read one of Tillotson’s sermons.

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