Sunday, September 28 1760

Paid Thomas Durrant 7/6 in full for the same sum he paid for me for hop-bagging. No service at our church in the morning, Mr Porter being ill. We dined on the remains of yesterday’s dinner, with the addition of a green salad and French beans. No service at our church in the afternoon. At home all day.

In the evening my brother came over and I gave him several bills… I also delivered to him enclosed in a letter unsealed directed to Mr Stephen Fletcher one bill on Mr William Margesson [for 16.11.0] payable to Mr Samuel Ridings… and which letter and bill my brother is to carry to Mr Stephen Fletcher (servant to Mr Samuel Ridings) who is now at Lewes tomorrow. In the evening and the day read 5 of Sherlock’s sermons.

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