1778 November 29 (Sunday). I preached at Southborough on Rev. 22.17 a. and p.m. May a Divine Power accompany and render the Word effectual, and especially to my own Soul! At eve I returned home, as did Mr. Stone; who preached for me a. and p.m. on Phil. 2.4.5 which I pray God to bless and prosper! I brought from Mr. Stone’s Pike and Hayward’s Cases of Conscience. Sr. Fay, Mrs. Maynard and her Niece, Miss [blank] Witt dined here. I had a letter from Rev. Ezra Ripley of Concord, concerning his Ordination etc.
S. Pike and S. Hayward, Some important cases of conscience answered, at the casuistical exercise, on Wednesday evenings, in Little St. Helen’s, Bishopsgate-Street, London (Boston; Green & Russell, 1757; Evans 8009). Other Boston editions appeared in 1759 and 1760.