Saturday, July 5 1760

In the morning my brother called on me to borrow my horse to go to Pevensey Fair upon. Paid James Crowhurst 2.9.6 in full for earthenware received by him today… In the afternoon my wife went down to Whyly and carried in Mr Calverley’s bill, amounting to 2.16.1… In the evening we had a tempest of thunder, rain and lightning, but it was not very sharp, it seemingly being at a pretty great distance, though the lightning was frequent and the rain heavy. In the evening read part of the London Magazine for June. Mr Long drank tea with us.

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