[Vol. 51 continues:]
…Rec’d of John Cayley in cash 1.0.3 in full for money which I have paid and am to pay; viz.,
|Paid Thomas Ling||0.12.0|
|Paid widow Trill||0.2.3|
|To pay Richard Braizer||0.6.0|
In the evening went down to Jones’s, there being a vestry. The persons who constituted the vestry were Mr French, Joseph Burgess, William Piper, Joseph Durrant, Richard Page, John Cayley and myself. Came home about 8:50. In the evening read part of the 4th volume of Collins’s Peerage.