Wednesday, March 21 1759

…Received of Mr Norfolk, pewterer, in cash 0.17.0 for goods sold to him today; viz.,

To 15 3/8 lbs pewter, which was  my mother’s  0.7.8
To 18¾ lbs my own0.9.4

Rec’d of Mr Nuns in cash 0.16.2 for…3 lbs brass…and 2¼ lbs copper… I then paid him…for one tea kettle, 0.9.6; for 2 pound-weights, 0.2.0; for 1 half-pound weight, 0.0.6; for 1 quarter ditto, 0.0.3. Rec’d of Mr Corderoy in cash 1.0.6…for horse-hair delivered to him today. Rec’d of Messrs Thomson and West in cash 4.15.0, which was the money they sold a pocket of hops belonging to Joseph Fuller for. Rec’d of Gore and Perchard for [horns] 15d… About 2:45 I came out of London and thank God arrived safe at home about 10:45… The following is the true state on my journey in regard to all my disbursements etc… [total] £251.12.1…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *