February 7, 1749

1749 February 7 (Tuesday).  I rode to Southborough and din’d at Mrs. [sic] Stone’s.[1]  His Wife had the Mid-wife with her, but the Women had dispers’d to their Several Homes.  I proceeded in my Journey to Sudbury — to Deacon Mores to get him to die a larger Deer skin for me.  I went at Eve to Mr. Lorings,[2] his son Nathan’s Wife ill.  The old Gentleman in Trouble about some New Dissentions in his Parish (Several members of Mr. Bliss’s Church at Concord desir’d to partake at their Communion but were deny’d).  I lodg’d there.

[1]The Reverend Nathan Stone.

[2]The Reverend Israel Loring of Sudbury.