Easter Sunday, April 6 1760

My wife and servant at church in the morning (my-self staying at home). My wife stayed the communion. Just after churchtime my old friend Mr Tucker came to see us, who dined with us on a piece of pork, a knuckle of a shoulder veal boiled, a light pudding and greens. Mr Tucker stayed and drank tea with us, and then went home. No service at our church this afternoon, Mr Porter preaching at Laughton. In the evening Mr Long at our house, to whom I read one of Tillotson’s sermons.

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