1766 December 1 (Monday). Deacon Tainter and Capt. Wood killed a young Ox for me. Weighed 21 Score. Mr. Jonathan Rogers of Ware River here, upon his Father Lulls Affair. He seems to want I should return him the 35 acre Lot; but upon my opening the Affair, he seems contented without expecting any more from me than what I have done. He dines here. I wrote in Mr. Lulls behalf, to Major Joseph Hawley Representative for Northampton, to forward a Compensation for his Loss by the Hampshire Line. Hannah Roberts at work making Sarahs and Suse’s Gowns. Mr. Hall of Sutton calls. Town Meet by adjournment upon the Affair of my Wood. They agree with Mr. Tainter for 50 lb. old Tenor. Messrs. James Maynard and Benjamin How, about the Shop for sabbath noons. Mr. Seth Morse brings me a Quarter of Beef of 94 lbs. at 15d Old Tenor.