May 22, 1750

1750 May 22 (Tuesday).  Verdict “in a Fitt of Distraction.”  Though I was full of Sorrow yet having promis’d to go over to Mr. Martyn my wife and I went; and din’d there.  P.M. Mr. Martyn and I rode to the Mason Hastings,[1] and thence to Mr. Morse’s[2] — but neither of them at Home.  Went to Mr. Bush’s, Representative, but the Town do not send.

[1]Daniel Hastings of Shrewsbury.

[2]The Reverend Ebenezer Morse of Boylston.