Sunday, September 14 1760

Myself and servant at church in the morning… We dined on the remains of yesterday’s dinner, with the addition of a raisin veal suet pudding. After dinner my wife and myself rode to Alfriston to see Mr Snelling and ask his advice, in company with Mr Thornton. We stayed and drank tea with Mr Snelling and came home about 9:30. No service at our church in the afternoon, Mr Porter preaching at Laughton. An extreme fine day, and thank God my wife is something better. In the afternoon our servant went to Framfield church.

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