Mr. Williams gave us a public lecture this afternoon, containing, an account of the
different constellations in the Heavens. We had at Little's chamber a meeting of the
ΦBK. Mr. Andrews read a dissertation, containing a panegyric, upon the Ladies. A Letter
from the branch of the Society at New-Haven was read,1
containing some queries respecting the granting a charter to Dartmouth, and an account
of their transactions, upon a certain affair. After the letter was read a committee
was appointed to answer it. The meeting was then adjourned to Monday March 5th. I
pass'd a couple of hours with Freeman.