1760 April 24 (Thursday). Mr. Fessenden and I walked at Noon to visit Mr. Jonah Warrin who I understood is Sick. But find he is better and gone from Home. But his Wife grows worse of her Palsie. P.M. William Bowman from Mr. Chaddock of Brookfield with two Notes given by my son Thomas for Leather. Capt. Rolf has offered to take the Leather and take up the Notes — which I consented to, and therefore do go with William to Capt. Rolf’s that he may do it. He accordingly tells me he will — and that he will write to Mr. Chaddock about it.