Richard Brazier a-gardening for me all day, and he together with Lucy Durrant dined with us on the remains of Thursday night’s supper. In the afternoon walked down to Laughton to get a debt of William Gurrs. Spent 1½d. Called in at Mr Gibbs’s, but did not stay. Came home about 4:40, Mrs Virgoe and Lucy Durrant drank tea with my wife, and in the evening Lucy Durrant went away. In the evening wrote out Thomas Prall’s bill and read one of Young’s Night Thoughts.