June 16, 1766

1766 June 16 (Monday).  Mr. Hemingway here, painting etc.  He dines here.  P.M. Lt. Forbush here with a present of Butter, and is very good and friendly.  I would thank God for it — how good and pleasant etc.  God is pleased to send a plentious Rain when the Earth was grown exceeding dry.  To His Name be Glory and Praise.  C. and J. variously employed — hoeing Beans, setting out Plants etc. etc.  N.B. The nei[gh]bours in mending the Roads, lay a Great Stone, brought by many Oxen, to be the Bridge at Rutters Brook.