Rain and high wind.
Visited Sarah Hone. W. Barton’s wife was there – I spoke to her about the allotments. She said they would not like to give up their 7/6 piece.
I saw a lamb of Lewis Poulton’s lying in field as though it were nearly dead – and called on his wife at the house to direct their attention to it. When Mrs P. and myself entered the field, the lamb jumped up and ran away.
Visited Benjamin Aris, Widow Bond, Thomas Barnes, Henry Harris.
Divine Service at 7 pm with sermon. 40 present.
William Payne came to ask me to witness signature of himself and Lewis Poulton to draw club money from Banbury Savings Bank. Poulton signed in Vestry after Service. The Club is doing very badly.