1782 July 24 (Wednesday). I was called to go to Mr. Abraham Beemans to See his son Abraham who lay in a deep Stupor; thought to be a Coma. I Spoke to him, but there was not any Reply: his Exterior Limbs, Hands and Legs, were Cold. I prayed, but he was insensible. I left him, but he dyed soon after I left him. I went into Lt. Thomas Forbush’s, and to his Grandsons — prayed among them. N.B. Mrs. Forb. has lost her Sister Larkin by Death.