To Sally Wesley, supposing that she did not have the time to call before going to [Joseph] Butterworth's house. Mr Jones had visited with the express intention of seeing her, but was disappointed.
Reference is made to the heat and Charles's sore eyes. It looks as if it might rain soon, for which he is thankful.
He went to the 'Ben'k Chapel' for Mr Mann's interesting talk. He considered calling at the house of Samuel Wesley in Gower Street, but decided that his eyes might improve if he went straight home.
He trusts that she had an enjoyable night with Mrs Gower, and wishes that he could offer her a place to stay as he misses her company.
Apparently Dr Burney is very feeble. If Charles had a carriage he would visit him.