In the morning walked down to Richard Page’s in company with Thomas Davy and Mr Long. Came back to breakfast. Myself at church in the morning… Mr Long dined with us on a piece of beef boiled and part of a salt fish boiled, a raisin suet pudding, potatoes, parsnips and greens.
After dinner Mr Long and I rode to Lewes. I paid Messrs Richards and Comber 1.7.0 on account. Called on Mrs Roase… Came home again about 5:40. Mr Long drank tea with us. In the evening read three of Yorick’s Sermons. My niece at church in the afternoon. My wife somewhat easier than she was yesterday. A most prodigious fine time; the weather as favorable as it is often times in the middle of April.