Sent by Stephen Weller Sr to Mr Ambrose Austin in Brighthelmstone in cash £1, which is in full of all demands; viz., for 2 dozen shoe hemp, which shoe hemp is for my mother… Rec’d of Joseph Fuller 2 bullock’s kidneys. Paid Robert Hook in cash 12/-, which is in full for the balance of my account due to Francis Smith at Waldron. In the afternoon our servant went to the funeral of Mr Porter’s maid, who was buried at Laughton. In the afternoon Fanny Weller a-pooling [?] out of clothes for us; she stayed and drank tea with us. My wife continues very lame. Thomas Davy at our house in the evening, to whom I read part-of Young’s Night Thoughts. Rec’d by Master Weller a receipt from Mr Ambrose Austin for the money I sent by him today.