At home all day. Messrs Grant, Barlow and Wigginton’s rider called on me. In the evening wrote out Mr Coates’s, Joseph Fuller’s and John Watford’s bills. Paid for 2 lbs of beef 6d.
At home all day and busy. Paid for part of a neck veal weight 4 lbs, l4d. Rec’d of Joseph Fuller 3 tod 20 lbs of wool at 7d, 3.7.8. Rec’d of Richard Carter by wool and money 5/- in full for making a bond for him in April last. This day weighed of my wool; to wit, 334 fleeces, weight 20 tod 20 lbs, which I have sold to Messrs Reeder, Cox & Co. at 19/- per ton. Paid for butter 3d. This day I left Mr Samuel Virgoe’s shop and I owe him l¼ years’ rent, 12/6. Paid Francis Smith… in full for money he paid this week in town for me [including] … for stamping Samuel Elphick’s indentures, 0.3.6… Rec’d of Mrs Mary Virgoe the 27/ lent her the 8th instant. My brother Moses came over and helped me pack my wool.
Rec’d of William Eldridge 3/2½ in full. Paid for butter 3d. In the afternoon Joseph Fuller and William Piper smoked a pipe with me. In the evening I went down to Mr French’s; bid him 7d a pound for his wool; stayed and smoked 2 pipes. Came home about 9.
Rec’d of Mr Coates £5.15.6 in full for the bill delivered the 21st instant. Wrote out Mr French’s bill for Mrs Virgoe. Paid Joseph Fuller for 13 lbs of beef 3/3. Paid for bread 1d. Except for going down to Halland, at home all day. Mr Coates informed me of the Duke’s being down soon.