1757 December 29 (Thursday). Very Rainy. At my Brothers who Still lives and discourses in a wonderful Manner. I went to Lecture. Mr. Mather preached on Rom. 6.1.2. Dined at Cousen Langdons. P.M. Visited Mr. John Ruddock: Mrs. [Coverley?] and especially my Brother who though in the morning he was comfortable, yet is now much sunk yet in a steddy Assurance of Eternal Glory. I catched a few words from him which I wrote from his mouth. Took solemn Leave of him not knowing but that my Affairs might allow me to undertake my Journey in the Morning. In the Evening I visited Mr. Mather; and then Deacon Greenough where I supped. Lodged again at Brother Samuels.
My Dear Brother Said, [blank].