1760 April 22 (Tuesday). Visited Isaac Miller in his Languishment. He was removed this Day to his Fathers, whither I went — and prayed with him. Ensign went out with me and said, That he had asked my Advice about his marrying, and Seeing I had not Seen Cause to give it, they had taken the Liberty to go on without. And now it was too late to say any Thing about That. But he hoped I would come and marry ‘em when they were got ready. I told him I did not know but I must go a journey about that Time to see my Grandson that is very ill. From thence I went to the raising of Mr. Jonathan Fays great Barn. Mr. Fessenden there, and returned home with me at Night. N.B. Sung part of Ps. 112.