Monday, July 28 1760

Rec’d of Mr Will Piper in cash 11.10.0, and a receipt for a year’s land tax, 2.8.0, which together makes the sum of 13.18.0, which I am to send to Mr Allen Chatfield at Croydon, and which is in full for 1 year’s rent due from Mr Piper to Mrs Mary Milis at old Lady Day last…

In the evening Mr Long and I walked to Uckfield, where I called on Mr Hart to buy some chamois skins, but he had none. We spent some time with Mr Elless and some with William Turley, and came home very sober about 9:30. Very busy all day, though I believe I barely took 20/- ready, notwithstanding I delivered above £7 worth of goods. In the evening wrote my London letters.

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