The Diary of John Carrington - November 1805
Audio footage of extracts from Carrington's diary
Read by Keith Morbey
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To Tewin to take my rent off Sheath, one year’s due Michaelmas last; off North ditto; off Day ditto; off Ward in part; off Canfield none as (he) not there. Gave a leg of mutton boiled, spent on them: 9s
Mr Dyson of Bushey, the new surveyor of windows…was with me this morning and one Mr Barnard with him. We went to Mr Bourchier’s, and Green Hall (Captain Tonyn’s) and Mr Vaux’s Place Farm and West End Farm and laid a surcharge on them all…nowhere else. They breakfasted with me and dined also about 1 o’clock….I went to Market after and spent nothing.