May 24, 1748

1748 May 24 (Tuesday).  In the Morning I asked in Honourable Joseph Pyncheon and the Reverend Mr. Jones,[1] who broke fast with me and I set out with them on my Journey to Cambridge, but I turn’d away to Mr. Ebenezer Chamberlins the Collector.  N.B. Thunder stop’d me at Mr. Mixtows[2] in Southborough.  Call’d at Captain Buckminsters[3] in Framingham.  N.B. Din’d at Wolsoms with Colonel Ward, Dr. Pyncheon and Mr. Jones.  Rode to College with Colonel Ward.  Lodg’d at Mother Champneys who lives at Brother Barretts House in Cambridge Town old — left my Horse with Brother Champney.

[1]Isaac Jones (Yale 1742), the minister of Warren, Mass., 1747-1784.  Dexter, Biographical Sketches, p. 715.

[2]Benjamin Mixter or Mixer.

[3]Thomas, son of the late Colonel Joseph Buckminster.