1765 May 27 (Monday). N.B. having on the 22d settled my Account with Brother Samuel Paid him the Ballance in full. I lent him, besides, 50£ old Tenor. Visit poor Sarah Parkman, almost daily — and often pray with her. My Kinsman seems to be a good deal affected with this Providence: which I wish may fasten upon him. He is generous enough to make me a present of an handsome walking staff, Suitably ornamented. We dined at Mr. Procters (at the Alms House). Leaving my wife there, Mr. Procter and I visit Mr. Foxcroft. I visited also my old Friend Mr. [Samuel?] Kneeland, printer, who is in a very low Condition. Mr. President Edwards’s Life is published. At Mr. Holbrooks at Evening — but lodged at the Alms House.