Wednesday, January 30 1760

After breakfast rode over to Framfield where I dined with my brother on a piece of pork boiled, an apple pudding, turnips and cabbage (my family at home dining on some sausages). After dinner my brother and I went over to Uckfield, he on foot and I on horseback, to consult Mr Thornton what could be the best method to pursue in regard to Elphick’s affair. He was not at home; from thence we went to my uncle Hill’s in order to settle the accounts between him and my brother William, but it not suiting him now, he appointed to come to my house and settle it the 15th day of February. We stayed and spent the evening with my uncle and the doctor till 7:10. I came home thank God very sober about 8:45. Mr John Long and Thomas Davy spent the evening with my wife…

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