Diary of Ralph Josselin (Private Collection)

8.10.1646 (Thursday 8 October 1646)

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8: Rode to Chelmsford, there by 9 of the clock and very dry, and so also homewards, though very much rain fell that day, and before us on the road, my uncles met not only Simon (,) we resolved to go over to Josephs executors. Mr Grimston kind in giving me advice in my case; some hopes to get an augmentation for our living out of Feering Berry being an impropriation of the Bishops of London whose estate is now sequestrated: