November 26, 1777

1777 November 26 (Wednesday).  Sophy has been at Mr. [illegible] yesterday, brings from them the Desire of Miss [ilegible and torn] of Ipswich, who is at her uncle’s, and is very ill, that [torn] visit her: for which reason this Morning I [went — ?] called at Neighbour [torn] (who has great pain etc. [torn] his Sore).  Dr. Hawes with me [torn] to [torn] [found?] him better: In the road there [torn] two Grandsons Ebenezer and Elias who had been down at M[torn] I believe [torn] Ebenezers Wife and Child were in [torn] I did not know [torn] they were returning to Bro [torn] dined at Mr. [Stones?].  On my Road back met [torn] who has begun to preach, and a [torn] Kinsman [torn] to Dedham.  I called at [Mr.?] William Woods’s to see [torn] [stranger?], who is sick there; one William [torn].  Made a Visit at Mr. Andrews’s — discoursed and prayed with the [torn] woman abovesaid.  Mrs. P________ visits at Cousen Maynards.  The [torn].