1760 April 15 (Tuesday). So rainy I am prevented going to Ministers Meeting at Wor’ster but had expectation to have gone to Southborough, apprehending there was to be a Council there to Day and therefore wrote to Mr. Cushing and Mr. Maccarty of it — but I was mistaken. It is to be tomorrow. The Lord be with his Servants at their Meeting, though I be detained from it! N.B. Mr. Moses Twitchell here and reckons with me, and he thinks I owe him 13/6 old Tenor. And he asks me to give him a Note to the Collector of 9£ old Tenor and I do it, he promising to work for me in Hay Time. Near Night I rode down to Messrs. Daniel and Timothy Warrins.