All day, engaged again, in writing my part of the conference; I do not know that I
ever found so much difficulty, to write upon any subject: Little, and Freeman, are
not much better pleased: in the night however, between 12 and 2 o'clock, I began to
have something like a flow of ideas; I wrote more, than I had done, in two whole days.
I Dined, with Freeman and Little, Cranch, and Lloyd at Mrs. Forbes's. Charles brought
me a letter this evening from Boston; it was from my Sister, but dated so long agone,
as last July.1