September 27, 1782

1782 September 27 (Friday).  My Steers came home last night from Templeton: and Squire Baker wants to have them of me.  He has them accordingly.  Mr. Forbes and his Lady from Cape Anne; Mr. Cushing and his Children, George and Sally with him, and lodge here.  We have Such a Number of Horses that we send, One to Mr. Elisha Forbes, and one to Deacon Woods.  Mr. Cushing reads Dr. Huntingtons plea for Mrs. Fisk at Stockbridge, before an Ecclesiastical Council Oct. 6 and 7, 1779.[1]

[1]Joseph Huntington (1735-1794), A plea before the venerable ecclesiastical council at Stockbridge, in the cause of Mrs. Fiske. Delivered the sixth and seventh of October, one thousand seven hundred and seventy nine. By a gentleman from Connecticut (Norwich [Conn.]: Printed by John Trumbull, near the Meeting-House,, M,DCC,LXXX. [1780]; Evans 16806).