Diary of Ralph Josselin (Private Collection)

3.1.1664 (Sunday 3 January 1664)

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Jan: 3. After two brown days, wherein the sun shone somewhat this day very calm clear sunshine, and frost, my dear wife abroad with me for which mercy my heart rejoices in god, Lord continue thy kindness to us, god good in the word, his presence with me therein, the quakers meetings are in great place disturbed driven from thence, and other meetings of the nonconformists much omitted. god good to me in my liberty. read the German prophesies in a book styled Lux in tenebris. -