1738 September 1 (Friday). Mr. Witherby finish’d and put up my Gate, and although he Set the price of his work to be 20 Shillings, yet considering he frequently came to Meeting here, he gave in Ten thereof. He made an End and went off Sometime before Night. Mr. Pannell and his son came to my Rye-Thrashing. They went home at Night. Moss fetch’d home the Cyder from Mr. Hows and Cut Stalks a.m.; work’d at Brother Hicks’s p.m.