Tuesday, June 9 1761

…In the afternoon went up to the dwelling-house of the late Mr Piper where Mr Porter and I balanced accounts with most of his creditors and debtors, and came home about 10:10. Paid Mr Thornton the guinea I received from him the 6th instant. In the evenings my friend Mr Hill came to see me, and stayed all night. Poor youth, very unfortunate, even beyond the common misfortunes of life.

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