Thursday, February 21 1760

In the morning my brother came over and breakfasted with us, and then he and I set out for Lewes where we met my brother Richard previous to appointment, and we went together to Mr Sam Durrant’s for him to settle the affairs of my late mother between my brothers and sisters, which he did not thoroughly complete, but kept the accounts for a further examination. We dined at Mr Durrant’s on some salt fish, a leg of mutton boiled, turnips and a butter pudding cake… We came home about 9:30. My brother stayed all night…

My wife in my absence paid Fieldcox the patten-maker at Battle in cash 1.18.6 in full for the following goods received by him today:

2 dozen women’s pattens0.18.0
1 dozen girls’ do.0.7.6
2 dozen women’s clogs0.9.0
1 dozen girls’ do.0.4.0

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