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The Feb. 7 entry appears in "One Rape. Two Stories."
6 3


Clear & Cold. I went to See mrs Shaw & knitt on Pamelas Stockin. mr Ballard was at mr Pollards.  
7 4


Clear, more moderate. I went to Carry Some filling to Sally Bolton. Revd mr Foster here. mr Ballard Carried him Some meet from Cyrus & Sause from our Selves. Dolly Carried her Stockins home.  
8 5

XX Birth. James Savages Son. XX.

I was Calld half after Six this morn to James Savages wife in Travil. Shee was Safely Deliverd at Six Eving of a fine Son, her first Child. it has been Severe Cold, Snowd at night. I tarried all night.  
9 6


Clear. I Came home, Rode on a Slead. was Calld to see mr Porters Infant, it being unwell, gave it some Senna.  
10 7


Clear. I was Calld to See Seth Williamss youngest Child & Georg Browns Children. Calld at Porters, his Child is Better.  
11 A


Cloudy & not so Cold. Dolly gone to meeting. Snowd a little. mr Runels & wife here. Ephm Cowen Supt here. it rains fast this night.  
12 2


Clear & moderate. mr Stackpool & Lady Sleep here. mr Brooks & Weston here.  
13 3


Clear. mr Stackpool & Lady went from here. Capt Sewall here, mrs Foster also. mr Ballard went to his Lot, finds Ellis has treaspast. I have been at home kniling mittin. Cyrus at Williamss. [hers] Son Towns little Daughter is Some Better, rest of his family well.  
14 4


Cloudy, Snowd before Sun Sett. I was unwell, my throat Sore, went to Bed at nine. was Calld at half after ten By mr Read to see his wife in Travil. it raind fast as I went & almost all night. old mrs Savage & mrs Stone were attendants.  
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