1748 March 30 (Wednesday). I rode over to Mr. Martyns. Though the snow was much gone in open ground here and there, yet in the woods it was very deep. I found it very difficult passing on the east side of Liquor Hill, and from the new Meeting House in the lane to Mr. Martyn’s brook. I dined there but his wife gone to Groaning. He went with me over to Mr. Lulls and was one of the witness of his wife’s signing of the several deeds which her husband had given me of land in Townsend. Returned at evening, air smoaky and warm. The snow flows off apace.