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Historical Collections of the Danvers Historical Society volume 1

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Brought home some plum trees from Salem that Mrs. Masury gave me & set them out.
Sunday, 18. Went to meeting for the sake of paying James A. Putnam for my seat last j 7 ear, called at his house and paid him 9/. Engaged a seat this year. Overtook Mr. Seth Putnam. Mr. Hubbard preached today. In the evening- went over to see Fanny, found Augustus rather troublesome in consequence of his mother's weaning him.
19. Sir went up to Mr. Wallis' to sow a peck of flax seed for him. Whilst we were at dinne
...r, Mr. Boardman come in here. I paid him for the use of his horse last fall to go to Marblehead, 3/9, said he had forgotten it. Sir and I trimmed the old great Apple tree in the corner of their Close this morning by the old Ladies leave. Mr. Thompson come here.
20. Mr. Thompson, the tin Pedlar, left soon after breakfast. He come last night just as we set down to supper, but as we were going to meeting we couldn't wait on him so he had to put his horse up himself. At the meeting, Sir was chosen Moderator and I was Chosen Clerk, took my oath & proceeded to the duties thereof.


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