Thursday, April 29 1756

At home all day. We dined on the remains of yesterday’s dinner with the addition of some greens. Sent our maid to Framfield. I this day balanced accounts with Mrs Mary Virgoe… When I have paid [her a] note of hand, there will be nothing more between us, only a 13-quart glass bottle which I owe Mrs Virgoe for. After I had balanced with Mrs Virgoe, she paid me 3/- for expenses I had been at besides. Gave 6d to a Brief for fire, which was collected from house to house. Paid Joseph Fuller 2/- for 1 stone of beef. I find myself to have got a very great cold. In the evening read part of the Freeholder. Thomas Davy here in the evening and sat with us about 2 hours.

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