1757 May 27 (Friday). Breakfast at Cousen Winters and dined there. Mrs. Winter and her sister Carser in languishing state. My wife and I, both of us variously employed in buying Household goods for Lucy. We leave the Town, and get up to Mr. Isaac Browns, where we were kindly and generously entertained and urgently invited to lodge there; but stood along to Mr. Woodwards, where we designed to put up. Neither He nor his Wife came home. We still continued our Journey to Sudbury, to my new Brother Baldwins –’twas nigh 10 o’Clock and they were all fast asleep. We called ‘em up and we lodged there.