Diary of Ralph Josselin (Private Collection)

18.1.1650 (Friday 18 January 1650)

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18: my cold very bad, but not so extreme as formerly, the latter part of the night I rested: heard that some arrears of our augmentation were procured for us, which if will be thankful received by me, die. 19. heard by Mr Clopton that there were some hopes, that the monies in the country would come to something, in all these things, the will of god be done: Halsted men came for me this day but the warning was so short, and my cold troublesome that I dare not promise anything unto them,