July 30, 1760

1760 July 30 (Wednesday).  Have had but poor Sleep, yet rise early and Somewhat Comfortable.  D.G.  I undertake to go to Southborough and my Wife rides in the Chair with me (drawn by Capt. Woods Horse: N.B. Mr. Daniel Adams has my Mare to go to Boston).  We dine at Mr. Stones.  Mrs. Prince there.  I preached the Lecture there, on Eph. 1.7.  Very few at meeting.  Rain, after great Drought.  We return at Eve.  God was graciously pleased to carry me through — though I was but too dull and lifeless — but He is able to give success to weakest Means.  O that I might have Redemption through that precious Blood!  N.B. Mrs. Maynard goes to Marlborough in her Chair.  Miss Betty goes with her; and my Suse rides her Horse with them.