1749 August 21 (Monday). I rode to Shrewsbury a.m. Colonel Ward ask’d me into his House, and I smoak’d a Pipe. N.B. He is full of their Affair with Dr. Smith which is to come before their Church to Day. I went to Mr. Cushings about the Cyder Mill, which Mr. Woolley is to make for me. I find it needfull to go to him to Holden. Mr. Cushing lent me his Horse (mine being pritty Dull with his late Journeys) — din’d at Mr. Woolleys. As I return’d at Evening I visited Mrs. Martha Warrin who is sick. Ebenezer went to Boston in my Chair, drawn by my Mare — set out at 9 or 10 at Night.
Mrs. Daniel Warrin.