Thursday, April 21 1757

After breakfast I walked over to Framfield where I balanced accounts with my mother, and there remains due to me on the account of goods between us 10.2.8½, exclusive of a bond, note, and interest, keeping of Philip, and a parcel of goods she had the 21st of March. I dined there on a piece of boiled beef, a pond butter pudding and some greens… I wrote out some bills for my mother and stayed and drank tea there and came home about 6:10… This day it snowed very hard for nearly an hour and a half while I was at Framfield and in my road home, Rec’d today of my mother in cash 9.4.6, which, with the £10 received before, makes 19.4.6, which I am to pay for goods with etc. on her account.

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