Wednesday, May 26 1756

This morning relieved two women with a pass with 12d. They were passed from Dorchester to Canterbury, having one child each, and one big with child. We dined on the remains of Monday’s and yesterday’s dinners with the addition of a boiled carp, part of which I sent to Joseph Mepham, he being very ill. After dinner sent our maid over to Framfield, and in the afternoon Thomas Fuller and I balanced accounts… I went home with him and stayed and smoked three or four pipes. Came home about 12 o’clock. This day posted my day book.

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