1775 July 11 (Tuesday). I [illegible] at Mr. Higgins’s Funeral. His Christian Name was Thomas — his son says he was 92 last March, having been born in the year 1683. I prayed at the House, and then prosecuted my Journey towards Stoughtonham. Dined at Mr. Fitch’s, Hopkinton. Heard there that my Friend Capt. Thomas Clark dy’d lately. Called at Rev. Prentice’s, at Mr. [illegible] Marsh’s, and at Mr. Enoch Adams’s in Medfield. Stopped at Mr. Thomas Adams’s, and returned him his Baumgarten
[torn]man Nature and Education of Children. Lodged
[torn] Adams’s; and was thus far well. D.G.