Tuesday, February 12 1760

…After breakfast I went to Lewes. I dined at Mr John Madgwick’s on a piece of beef boiled, cabbage, hog’s feet and scallops… I got a bill of Mr Sam Durrant for £30 payable to me or order, dated today, 21 days’ date, on Sir Joseph Hankey and partners, No. 3455. I also got Mr Durrant to give me the promise to settle my brother and sister’s affairs between them. I drank tea at Mr George Verral’s, and paid him in cash 1.8.0 which is in full on my account, except 6 dozen soap. Came home about 7:50…

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