Saturday, April 29 1758

Paid Joseph Fuller by his son Richard 2/7½ in full for 1 shoulder of veal received by him today, weighing 10½ lbs at 3d per pound. Paid Robert Hook the 5/6 my wife had of him the 26th instant. Also gave him 2/- for his brother Jenner, which money I think I owe to Francis Smith. We dined on a part of a shoulder of veal roasted in Marchant’s oven with a batter pudding under it. In the day read part of The Peerage of England. At home all day. In the evening read part of Wake’s Catechism. Remarkable cold weather for the season of the year.

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