In the morning walked over to Framfield and breakfasted with my mother and cut out for her 18 round frocks. I dined there on a piece of bacon boiled, light pudding and cabbage… I stayed and drank tea at my mother’s and came home about 5:20. James Marchant in my absence made me a present of some bream. Paid Thomas Butler, Mr Vine’s servant, 9/-, being money he paid to Mr Tooth, gingerbread baker, for gingerbread which he brought from Lewes for me today. In the evening read 2 of Tillotson’s sermons, and, I think, two as fine sermons as ever I heard or read.