January 7, 1752

1752 January 7 (Tuesday).  A.M. at the other House — Mr. Daniel Bond of Watertown with Ebenezer.  Ebenezer has Mr. Barns’s Cattle and Sled and sledds Loggs to the saw-mill.  P.M. Parish met and one article, but at no motion of mine, is my wood for the year Currant passes in the Negative.  Messrs. Samuel and Daniel Hardy a Load of wood [illegible].  Lieutenant Tainter dined here; and was very helpful to get me an Horse for my Journey to Holliston.  Had his Mare which he had delivered to Justice Baker for him; and he provided him another.  I rode to Hopkinton and lodged at Mr. Barrett’s.[1]

[1]Samuel Barrett.