1766 October 13 (Monday). Mr. Biglow left us. I visit old Mrs. Byles — dined there. Visit at Neighbour Elijah Rice’s, Twitchells, Elijah Hardys, Ensign Millers — but especially old Mrs. Grow and prayed with her — and Lt. Harrington confined by a bad Fall yesterday and prayed with him. N.B. Caleb bestirred himself and Neighbours came, cutt up, Carted in and husked out my Indian Corn. 51 Hands at supper. N.B. when I named and read part of the 4th Psalm to be sung, Neighbour Batherick Struck — but it was a Tune I knew not. He sung almost wholly alone throughout the whole Singing. For which I was very sorry. When he had done, he told me it was Plimouth. Visit Mrs. Haws — run away with by their wild Mare, Scared, thrown out of the Chair and hurt. Prayed with her.