Monday, January 28 1760

We dined on the remains of yesterday’s [dinner] with the addition of a plain suet pudding, turnips and potatoes. After dinner rode to Henry Osborne’s to talk with him about my debt, but he was not at home. Bett Mepham drank tea with my wife.

In the evening I heard that Edmund Elphick was absconded, who is about £5 in my debt, and myself and Master Hook walked down to talk with John Browne about it, and we found the report to be true, for my advantage. We came home about 9:20. Master Hook supped with us. In the evening wrote my London letters…

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