…In the afternoon my brother called on me in his road from Lewes and left my horse, and also brought me a receipt from Mr Fletcher for the bill I gave my brother yesterday on account of Mr Sam Ridings… Rec’d of John Cayley in cash 1.2.3 in full as under:
|To making the poor book||0.2.0|
|To money paid Ling||0.12.0|
|To do. Trill for spinning||0.2.3|
|To money I am to pay Richard Braizer||0.6.0|
In the evening went down to Jones’s, there being a vestry, but I did not stay on account Mr Vine came for me. I went home with him and I received of him in cash 3.4.8 in full for the bill I delivered to him yesterday. Mr John Vine smoked a pipe or 2 with me. James Marchant and Thomas Davy supped with us, who had been gathering of walnuts for us all the afternoon.