August 24, 1767

1767 August 24 (Monday).  Samuel in a Chaise that Mr. Dana left here, accompanys Susanna to Shrewsbury, that thence She may go with the Said Mr. Dana to Brookfield.  Samuel returns here, and on Mr. Moore’s Horse sets out for Boston.  Mr. William Pierce here, about his old Debt to my Son Thomas.  Mr. Joshua Bowen of Roxbury here, going to Springfield.  Wrote by him to Brother Breck on Occasion of his Wife’s Death.  P.M. I visit Granny Maynard who is confined to her Bed by a terrible sore on the back of her Head and Neck.  Prayed with her.  As I went, called at Squire Whipple’s, he having lately been at Ipswich.  I visited also Elizabeth Warrin, sick of a Fever, at her mothers in the District.  Prayed with her, and drank Tea there.