I went again this forenoon to see Miss Jones, and offered to call in the afternoon
and take a letter for Miss Wigglesworth, but when we set out I entirely forgot my
promise, and did not recollect it till I had got some way out of town. Mr. Thaxter
arrived in town this morning, and dined at Mr. Tufts's.
In the forenoon I engaged a place where I am to board; which is at a Mrs. Leathers's.1
It is not so convenient as I should wish; but I must put up with it for a Time, and
when I get here I shall be able to look out for myself.
Soon after dinner, I set off in company with Mr. Thaxter; stopp'd a few minutes at
Mr. Dalton, where I found a large company from town, and arrived at Haverhill at about