After breakfast walked over to Framfield when my brother and I went down to Mr Rideout’s to consult him about my mother’s will… I came home about 1:10 and dined on the remains of yesterday’s dinner with the addition of a light pudding. Rec’d of my [sister] 4/6 in full for a gold ring. In the afternoon wrote my London letters. Very busy all day. In my absence my wife gave John Streeter 21/- to pay in Lewes for me, but the person whom he was to pay it to not being at home, he brought it back again and gave it to me.