Dined with Mr. Harris, Freeman, and Bridge at Mr. Pearson's. He has been very polite
to me, and was quite complaisant, this day. Mrs. Pearson, did not appear; but Miss
Bromfield, and Miss Cutts were there. Neither of them were peculiarly sociable, and
the latter appears just proper to make a prude, in a few years.
The weather has been very moderate, it rain'd all the morning. This afternoon it grew
colder, and began to snow. I hope we are not to have a third storm, like the two we
have had already.