Tuesday, November 13 1759

…In the forenoon went down to Mr Coates’s to settle some accounts for him. I dined there on a shoulder of veal roasted and stuffed, and a hot apple pasty… Came home about 5:10. Charles Diggens drank tea at our house.

Today wrote a petition for Master Diggens to his Grace the Duke of Newcastle, to solicit his Grace to promote his son to be a supervisor. Thomas Davy and I played at cribbage a while in the evening; I won one penny. Our late servant stayed all night. Mary Heath lodged at our house.

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