At home all the morning. We dined on the remains of yesterday’s dinner. This day I received a fire-grate from Mr Roase’s, which was made me a present of by my father Slater. Paid William Eldridge and William Burrage 6d for cleaving of wood. About 5 o’clock I and Thomas Davy went over to Framfield. I talked to Charles again about it; he says he approves of it much. Came home about 12.