March 24th. accross the pit, the Coffin was shoved thereon to its proper place in the Tomb thro that hole: There was used on this occasion that Popish Superstition of this Countrey of giveing Meat & drink & money over the Corps with black wooden Bowls to receive the drink with the above mentioned inscription upon them, onely his Age added which was 31. I gave the Minister 5s. & 2s. to the Clark,as all ye bearer[s sw] I presume likewise did. when the Burying was over all the Company went to Barn-hill, where we dined, & haveing sat about an hour after Dinner My Brother Lewis & I look ['took' with 't' uncrossed sw] our leave of his of his Lordship & came to Town, & haveing pd. 6d at my Lodging we set out about 5 & came to LLysdulas by 8. Thus ended the Year 1738

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