1777 December 5 (Friday). Mr. Moore had designed to go to Oxford, but his mare is too ill to go any further. I rode to Mr. William Woods, and took Miss Eunice Jones with me as far as her uncle Gale’s. At Mr. Woods lay the poor young stranger [William Haden?], Sick of a fever and Flux, and dangerously ill. I went on purpose to see him, but he was delirious. I prayed with him, but fear his Death is nigh. I called to see poor Garfield. Breck returned from Lebanon. A Letter from Mr. Quincy at Lancaster via Worcester dated [blank].