Went to Weymouth, found the Family mourning the Loss, and preparing for the Funeral
of old Tom.—After my Return, rode to Mr. Halls,1
and in my Return stopped at Mr. Jo. Basses, for the Papers. Major Miller soon afterwards
came in, and he and I looked on each other, without Wrath or shame or Guilt, at least
without any great Degree of Either, ’tho I must own I did not feel exactly as I used
to in his Company, and I am sure by his Face and Eyes, that he did not in mine. We
were very Social, &c.