1744 September 19 (Wednesday). Rode up to Worcester. Mr. Welds Case against Rachel Wheeler was try’d at Superior Court; but only as to the Libel, and did not go into the proof of the Facts — and was committed to a Jury — but they could not agree. So that it was put off to another Year. I din’d at Colonel Chandlers. P.M. I was at Mr. Eatons, where were Mr. Hall and Mr. Prentice and their Wives. In the Eve I was at Mr. John Chandlers, where was Mr. Johonnot of Boston. While I was there a Messenger with Candle and Lanthorn to have me lodge at Colonel Chandlers, where were Several of the Judges — which I embrac’d.
John Chandler, Jr., of Worcester.
Daniel Johonnot, a Huguenot refugee, was a distiller and merchant in Boston. See NEHGR 6 (1852): 357-60.