June 6, 1781

1781 June 6 (Wednesday).  I sent by Col. Wheelock Some Account of Mr. Stone, to the Care of Mr. SummerJohn Moulton was so ill yesterday that he is again gone to his Fathers.  P.M. Mr. Hicks returns from Cambridge having left his Aunt Champney at Mr. Thomas Barretts.  Hear that Miss Mindwell Brigham is sick.  MemorandumMatthew Beld[ing?] of Fairfield distressed and poor was here with an humble Petition, for Relief Signed by four Select Men and Two Justices of the Peace.  Says he has a Brother John Belding Captain of a Company from Boston, now at Rhode Island.