Tuesday, September 6 1757

Rec’d of Joseph Fuller 1 sheep’s head and bell 6d. We dined on the sheep’s liver fried and some rashers of pork. In the afternoon my brother came over, but did not stay. At home all day. Thomas Davy at our house in the evening, to whom I read 2 of Tillotson’s Sermons. A very dull time; nothing to do. Dame Hook owes me 10/6 in the way of change; viz., I going there to get silver for a guinea, gave them the guinea, but they had no more in silver than 10/6, which I had and left them the guinea.

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