1756 October 26 (Tuesday). Mr. Pierpoint was purposing to set out for home, but I importuned him to tarry another Day with us. N.B. he shewed me Mr. Edwards of Stockbridge’s Letter, directing him to Me to publish an Account of the late worthy and pious Mrs. Pierpont. I visited Lt. Brigham, who with his Wife and most of his Children are Sick of the wasting Sickness — his Son Antipas in Special very ill. P.M. attended the funeral of the Youngest Child of Mr. Reuben Maynard.