1768 April 19 (Tuesday). Have Mr. Wheelocks Chaise for Sarah and Suse to ride to Boston; the last to be left there, at Cousen Winters, and her Polly to come hither. They Sat out p.m. [illegible], a.m., to Stow. Called at Mr. Smith’s, who is ill and confined — and at Capt. Jonathan Wood’s at Stow. All present, but Messrs. Barrett and Smith. Mr. Loring Moderator and prayed. I prayed with the Family. By lodging with Mr. Loring Opportunity is given to Converse again about the Society of devout Women in Boston. N.B. Mr. Wheeler of Harvard is with us and represents his Grievances. He is in a low State of Health and his people are desirous to have him dismissed — that they may Settle Mr. John Emerson in his Stead.