1778 May 13 (Wednesday). I visited Mr. Isaac Parker, who is Sick. Went to Mr. Greens — borrowed Firmins real Christian there. Visit Mr. Potter and Family who are lately come to live at Squire Whipple’s, and Mr. Charles Newton and [Family who are come?] to live in the same House. With this latter Family I dined. When I returned home found sister Cushing at our House. She dined here. She brought a Letter [from?] Mr. Stone of [Southborough?] desiring half of Mr. Lorings Diary as his own whereas it ought not to be [illegible].