1756 June 27 (Sunday). I hope I am (through the Goodness of God) a little better. But it is a Melancholly Day on Account of God’s Sanctuary which is very desolte. Yet a few do assemble So as to carry on Exercises both a. and p.m. I Sent ‘em good Mr. Willison on the Sabbath. Billy walks over (as does Master Gardner) to Mr. Martyns Meeting. He dines at Mr. Martyns also. Mrs. Molly Somewhat better, but her Mother is now ill. Dr. Chase came diligently to See me, both Morning and Evening. The Indian woman yet alive. Brother Harrington goes from Deacon Bonds to t’other House and lodges there.