Morning pleasant. Occupied in copying a little and find that I shall get through with
the Vaughan papers during my stay here. Read some of Mr. Burke. Received a letter
from Abby which was extremely pleasant and in answering it, John and Thomas interrupted
me to go with them fishing. This passed the afternoon. We went to the rocks near Mrs.
Frye’s and had pretty good sport. I returned and finished my regular letter to Abby
notwithstanding. In the evening we had a pleasant Oyster Supper after which Thomas
and I took a long walk. The night was lovely.