Saturday 15 May 1669

Up, and at the Office all the morning. Dined at home and Creed with me home, and I did discourse about evening some reckonings with him in the afternoon; but I could not, for my eyes, do it, which troubled me, and vexed him that would not; but yet we were friends, I advancing him more without it, and so to walk all the afternoon together in the garden; and I perceive still he do expect a change in of matters, especially as to religion, and fits himself for it by professing himself for it in his discourse. He gone, I to my business at my Office, and so at night home to supper, and to bed.

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First Reading

Terry Foreman  •  Link

"vexed him that I would not" --- L&M.

E.  •  Link

Creed has perhaps been dining with the Vicar of Bray and taking counsel there.

Robert Gertz  •  Link

This has a frosty sound...Settling accounts with Creed,

Mary  •  Link

"a change in our matters" per L&M.

Second Reading

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