Diary of Ralph Josselin (Private Collection)

10.10.1649 (Wednesday 10 October 1649)

document 70004450

[Navel] 10: feared my navel was ill, it seemed that it issued a little, dressed it die: 11. and found it a little ill, I stirred myself a little a day or two, perhaps that might occasion it I must patiently wait on god for his help, who will afford it. Mrs Mary very hopefully well this evening, god in his mercy restore her and spare her for all our goods and comfort. this day I lent Mr Wm Haukesbee 25li. on his land for one year the surrender was into the hands of Mr Elliston , and Ambros Waller , it comes out october. 12. 1650 my debts are now 44li.