1779 March 10 (Wednesday). Eph. Parker came again. Breck goes to Boston. I wrote to Mr. Ripley of Concord for my Books and for Sister Champney’s Chest. Also to my Son William to hasten my Cart Wheels. P.M. came my son and Daughter Baldwin from Brookfield and with them Oliver How to wait on them, and by Tea Time came Dr. Stimson and young Mr. Sam. Woodward of Weston. The two latter returned to Marlborough. The others lodged here: the Horses were taken in to keeping by Capt. Morse. Ephraim Parker lodges here.