After visiting my site where the diggers had made six feet progress in the well, I went in the Carriage to town, with Mary and Elizabeth C. Adams and the little daughter of the former, Fanny, who were on their 98way to Medford to pay a visit to Mrs. Angier. We stopped at Mrs. Frothingham’s where I left them and went to the Office, but I found for once I had nothing to do. My duties here appear to be pretty well performed and I have a recess of ten days when they begin again. I returned in the Carriage alone shortly after one. The afternoon was passed partly at my site, partly in rambling over the hills with my father and Mr. Price Greenleaf, partly in a very agreeable bath. Evening quietly at home.