THURSDAY 27th DECEMBER 1888

To Carris? house, Greenhill for Tithes for B. Young. Took Tom Beardmore but did not distrain as they disrupted the payment. They paid to Rushton allow me 2 shillings for expenses.

At Cull's office, looking over Bill exp? Pointon's distress and received cheque from Cull for my Bill regarding same - 6 pounds 9 shillings and 6 pence.

Banked cheques:
Cull - 6 pounds 9 shillings and 6 pence
R.H. James rent - 8 pounds 10 shillings
Total - 14 pounds 19 shillings and 6 pence

Book left at Bank till next Tuesday to be balanced.

Very wet night.

Evening - To Tongues Teanford and we all went to the Ball at Tean Schools - I enjoyed myself but could not manage the waltz. Left Ball about 4 o'clock morning and reached home about 5, tired.

Danced several times with a Miss Johnson from Huntley. Nice dark girl.

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