Monday, November 27 1758

My brother Moses in his road to Lewes called and breakfasted with us, and I gave in cash £24 in order for him to get a bill of Mr Sam Durrant for me for the same sum… Rec’d by the post John Streeter from my brother one bill drawn by Mr Durrant on Sir Joseph Hankey and partners, dated tomorrow, 21 days’ date, and payable to Mr Moses Turter (instead of Turner) or order, No. 2355, which bill is in lieu of the money I gave my brother today. At home all day. A very sharp cold day. Thomas Davy sat with us a while in the evening, to whom I read one of Tillotson’s sermons.

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