Tuesday, September 4 1759

In the morning my brother came over for my horse to go to Lewes upon (which I lent him). He stayed and breakfasted with us. Sent Richard Braizer by his daughter Lucy the 6/- rec’d of John Cayley yesterday; that is, I sent him it in cash and goods… My brother came home from Lewes and left my horse… I then paid my brother 12d for 2 lbs sun raisins and 1 basket which he bought for me. John Durrant made me a present of a fine young hare, for which I gave him 12d. In the evening I went to Master Durrant’s, and spent the evening with Mr Thornton, in company with my brother [and] Charles and Robert Diggens. We broke up about 1:20, but not one of us sober except my wife.