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The Jun. 27-28 entries are relevant to the "Martha Ballard and Money" Theme in Martha Ballard's Diary
27 5

X. Birth Thos Stikneys Son. XX.

Clear & warm. I was Calld to Thomas Stickneys wife in Labour at 8h morn. Shee was Safe Delivd at 10 of a Son, her first Born. I receivd 6/ as reward, left her Cleverly at 3 pm & returnd. Cyrus Sleeps here. Borrowed 13-3/4 lb veal of mr Densmr. at Thos Stickneys. Birth 32nt.
28 6


Clear Except a Sprinkling of rain. mr Ballard returnd, Cyrus Sleeps here. Sally went to Son Pollards, Ephm workt for mr Child. I have been at home, lent mr Densmr 6 lb, lacking 2 oz, of Pork. a mr Hinkly Drownd at Pittstn.
29 7


Clear & very warm. mr Ballard at the fort & ye hook. I went to See mr Blaks infant, it has taken a Cold, Seems a little revivd. I Calld at mr Hamlins, Shee is feeble. at mr Childs, his wife much as Shee was. mr Beadle is very unwell. at mr Pitts. Dolly returnd from mr Bullins. Cyrus Sleeps here. at mr Blaks & other Neighs.a man wounded in the woods, very badly.
30 F


Clear & very warm indeed. mr famely attended worship at the hook. I, my Self, Did aftern. Calld to See mrs Greely who remains very feeble, her infant has a Soar mouth. Calld at mr Hinkleys, his wife is Cleverly. Jona & his little Son here when I Came home. Dolly wrode to mr Pollards. I went to See mrs Densmore, shee is not so well as Could be wisht. at meeting at thee hook. Calld at mr Greelys.
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Clear & very warm. mr Ballard went to mr Dumers for money which mr Pitt Sent him. Dolly & Sally Went to the Stores for things. I went to See mr Beadle, find him very poorly. mrs Lang was here while I was gone. Saml Philbrook hurt in a Saw mill. Natn Burtens Child Drowned. at mr Pitts & Son Pollards.
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