Decr. 13th.  The Wind S.E cold dry & clear frosty weather, agreed with the Dean at last in Earnest. pd 4s. 6dIr. for Silver clasps for my Neck cloath, which not being to my likeing I gave it Mr. William Coz. Parry's Son. pd6d2/1 for a Pamphlet called the Querist. 6d2/1 for the Tragedy of Don John, 4d2/1 for half a pint of Wine & 2s Ir. for Ale.
14th.  The Wind W.S.W. very cold dry frosty weather pd6d2/1 forale
15th.  The Wind S.W. cold frosty weather, the Dean still a Rogue went to Smock Ally Play-house to see Harry the 4th. acted cost me 2s. 8d2/1 Ir. this was ye first Play that ever was acted at ye New Play-house in Smock Alley.
16th.  The Wind S.W. cold & raw, dined all this week at Cousin Parry pd 4d2/1 for ale.
17th.  The Wind W.S.W. cold raw & raining, the Dean agreed to every thing to day, pd. 5d for ale

18.    ∣❍ 6 [this is written vertically in the margin between '18.' and '19th.' sw]

The Wind W. cold & raw weather, to day I executed the Deeds of Sale to the Dean & received 126L. Ir value.   

19th. The Wind N.W. very cold mizling rain, pd Mr. Lodge the Attorney his Bill amounting to 11L. 18s. 6dIr value.
20th.  The Wind W. and cold pd. 10d. for ale. pd Mr O. Lewis 50L. English value by giving him a bill on [? sw]en[er sw]y ye Bank for that Sum
21st.  The Wind W. cold and dry nothing else remarkable
22d.  The Wind W.S.W. very cold, was at Smock alley play house to see the Recruiting Officer acted cost me this day 3s5d[/2 sw] Ir. [t sw]——d this night.
23d.  The Wind S.W. cold & raw pd 13d for Ale,pd D. Wms.. 5s. 5d Ir pd my Daughter one Guinea & half, pd 18sIr for Cambrick, and 5s. 9d Ir. for Silver Clasps for my Necks__delivered Cos.Parry 30L. English value to be kept for my use.

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