1775 April 13 (Thursday). Hearing that Mrs. Flagg of Boston was come up to Gales after Caesar (her Mother Surcombs Negro) and was detained there by the storm, I rode down there, in the Morning; but she and two sons with her (Thomas and Richard Surcomb) were gone. Therefore I visited in the South East Corner. Was at Mr. Snows, widow Bellows’s; and then (which was my chief Design) went to see Mr. Ezra Baker who is sick of a Fever. Discoursed and prayed with him. Dined there also. Was at Mr. Bellows’s — at Ebenezer Chamberlins, and at Artemas Bruce’s.