In the morning my brother Will came to see me. My servant and nephew only at church in the morning. Just before dinner Mr Thomas Scrase of Lewes came and who also stayed and dined with us on a knuckle of veal and bacon, a beef pudding and a hard pudding and turnips. My wife, maid and nephew at church in the afternoon. Mr Scrase cut off my brother’s hair. They both stayed and drank tea and then both went away. A day quite misspent and lost, though I believe worse employed than in doing nothing by reason I was not at church.