Diary of Ralph Josselin (Private Collection)

27.4.1650 (Saturday 27 April 1650)

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27. Mr Harringtons things, were fetched away this day, our life is but a bubble, my weak body is preserved through gods goodness, when many younger and stronger fall away, I desire even to rejoice in my infirmities, I have thereby meditations of god, and Christ, and death, and of his providence, which surmount in sweetness the dolour of my illnesses. my tenant this day at Mallories paid me 6li.10s. for Lady rent, I set of 10s. for taxes, forgave him 18d. which was his part of them,