Diary of Ralph Josselin (Private Collection)

6.4.1651, 7.4.1651 (Sunday 6 April 1651)

document 70005630

Ap: 6. god good to me and all mine in our outward mercies; I went to Kelvedon kindly entertained by Mr Wakering , the lord good to me in the word preached, I returned again die 7. a very comfortable day, the lord was good in the preserving mine. Cromwell well recovered, the boats come to the Firth upon which we expect actions,

[Navel.] this 7: day of April my navel was moist at bottom, the lord my god will keep me and preserve me.