Saturday, March 27 1756

In the morning Thomas Daw gave my horse a drink, and Thomas Cornwell and he breakfasted with us on that account. We had for dinner the remains of yesterday’s. About 2 o’clock came in Messrs Hargrave and Standing’s rider, who dined with us on some rashers of bacon. I paid him 15.14.0 on account for Messrs Hargrave and Standing. Afterwards he and I spent the evening at Jones’s. I came home a little in liquor, and he laid at our house. Paid 6d for four lemons.e

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