1768 April 21 (Thursday). Send John to Marlborough and further if it Shall need, to Enquire for my Saddle Baggs. He returns with them. Mr. Smiths servant had carryed them into his House, and forgot to give them to Me or tell me of it. P.M. I walked to Mr. Solomon Bakers, and got him to go with me to view Mr. Ebenezer Maynards Meadow, which lies by the River, and by or between his Brother David’s. Went to Capt. Maynards. Called at Mr. Ebenezer Maynards and had Some Talk with him about his meadow. He asks old Tenor 750£ for it — lays it at about 8 Acres. Says he cutts 15 Jaggs of Hay. We leave it to Consideration. Mr. Wesson of Marlborough has made me a plough and Sent it home, by Neighbour Thomas Bond. The Plough and the Plates come to £3.9.9 Old Tenor.