Saturday, December 3 1757

In the morning I went down to Mr Porter’s and informed him I had just received advice from Messrs Margesson and Collison that Mr Wright had paid them on my account for his use the sum of 57.13.6. And then I gave Mr Porter my note of hand for the same sum payable to him or bearer on demand… Very busy all day; marked up a parcel of hose, and in the evening read part of Sherlock on death. Oh, now pleasant has this day been — to have been almost continual busy, and then after the hurry of the day to enjoy the pleasure of the evening in reading.

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