1778 October 19 (Monday). Rode the Stoneham Horse to Mr. Gleasons, his Wife being Sick (a Dysentery). On the way called to see Mrs. Hannah Baker (out published to Mr. Andrews) — also Mrs. Broad. Stopped at Mr. Potters, his wife having lost her Father in Law, Aged Deacon Hale of [blank]. I found Mrs. Gleason under much affliction and pain — prayed with her. Mr. Conklin and his Wife on a Journey to Boston, came in to see us, and tarryed the night with us, though we were already pritty full with my Kinswomen etc. Singing Meeting at Mr. Ebenezer Forbes.