Tuesday, February 27 1759

We dined on part of the root of a bullock’s tongue boiled, a rice pudding and potatoes. In the afternoon Mr Thomas Clarke, Mr Robert Nixon’s rider, called on me, and I paid him by one bill on Messrs Margesson and Collison, dated today, 30 days’ date, No. 368, payable to Mr Robert Nixon or order, value 3.11.0, which bill is in full on account of Messrs Bancroft and Nixon to this day. At home all day. Thomas Fuller called at our house in the evening and stayed some time, be being in liquor.

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