1759 November 17 (Saturday). Alexander goes to Marlborough to bring up a Green Grogram Gown from Miss Nanny Woods, which She has been making for his Mother. Mr. Thomas Twitchell brings me my Bible and Psalm Book, which had been Mended by my Brother Parkman and Sent by Young Seaver at Mr. Johonnots on Oct. 23 or 24 per Hand of Some Westborough man (as he supposed) but I could never find out who it was — nor know I where it has been all this Time. At night came my Daughter in Law, from her Fathers at Watertown, and Mrs. Newhall with her — and lodge with us. N.B. The Two Deacons a Load of Wood apiece.