Mr. Hilliard preach'd all day; pretty much in the common stile.
Dined at Judge Dana's; and conversed with Miss Ellery upon the subject, of two young
Ladies. I find, that her opinion, as well as that of Mr. and Mrs. Dana, coincides
with mine in that respect. Benevolence, candor, and innocence, are more amiable, and
more estimable ingredients for a character, than wit without judgment.
Weather very cold. Mr. Andrews was at tea, with us.