Decr. 28th. and my Dear Child, & So walked it to the Quay along with Mr. Hugh Hughes who was likewise goeing to ye Countrey and haveing put all My things in the Boat and pd a rascal Coachman 13dIr. for Carrying my things to ye Quay & pd 1d for ale we set out from George's Quay at 6[? sw] in ye Evening, & by 7 came on board the Carteret Pacquet Boat. Thomas Hughes of H–head Master, pd. 1s. for my passage to the Ship. but the weather being so stormy the master resolved to stay where he was till morning.
29th.  The Wind S.S.E. very high & blustering but did not rain – at 6 in the Morning we weighed Anchor, but the Wind being cross & moreover very high, we made but little way till [? sw] in the Evening when the wind settled at S. and by 6 in the Evening we were at Anchor in H–head. pd. half a Guinea for my passage. gave the boy 6d. & pd at Thomas Hughes's house 1s.6d for Wine. all Eng. value, after which I must for the future reckon.
30th.  The Wind S. blowing very hard with frequent showers of rain, about i in ye Evening My horses came to H–head I dispatched one home with my luggage, and staid to day at the Head to refresh me, invited Mr. Pierce Griffyth the Collector, Mr.. Kenyion ye Searcher to Dinner afterwhich we drank all the Evening merrily wine & Punch, but had not the Satisfaction of having ye Company of my good friend Mr. Lewis Morris there not being recovered yet of a great Sickness he had.
31st. The Wind S. very high and Stormy, writ to Cos. Parry to give him an account of our Safe landing, breakfasted and pd. my Bill being 15s. 3d. gave 1s in the house 

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