GEORGE WHITE'S diary

The Diary of George White

Written in 1829 - aged 11 years

George White born 5th August 1818, died 3rd October 1835 aged 17 years, was the eldest son of James White of Muddles Green, Chiddingly, Sussex. Blacksmith and farmer, George went to the village school at Chiddingly, but had evidently started work before he was eleven years old. His schoolmaster was Richard Lower, the author of "Tom Cladpole" and the father of Sussex historian Mark Anthony Lower. He was one of nine children and is buried at Dicker Independent Chapel. His gravestone bears the text "Behold therefore I will gather thee unto thy fathers, and thou shalt be gathered into thy grave in peace; and thine eyes shall not see all the evil which I shall bring upon this place."
2 Kings 22/20

July 1st 1829
A wet day. Granfather come up here after the plow. Father and Granfather went to Hailsham Market.

2nd. A fine day. We went to haying. I went down to Dicker after the wagon. Master Funnel come up to our house to supper.

3rd. A wet day. Father made some gate hooks to go to Mr Goldsmith at Hailsham. A very wet night.

4th. A very wet day. I went to setting up hop poles. I went down to the farm after the horse. Father went to Nash Street. Ody came hope from Ripe.

5th. A wet forenoon and a fine afternoon. Father and Mother and Benjamin and I went to Lewes. Uncle John come up here tonight.

6th. A dull day. Ody went to Ripe. I went to haying. Mastír Funnel come up here after a truss of straw.

7th. A damp dull day. Father and Granfather went home to Berwick. I went to the Dicker. Mother went up to Street.

8th. A fine day. I went to haying. I went to Dicker after fatherís mare. Granfather come up here. We carried our hay today.

9th. A fine day. I went to the buchers and down to Ripe. Mary Ann White come up here from Ripe. Father sold the calf to Mr Piper last night.

10th. A dull day. I went down to Ripe with the poney cart. I went to gathering currants.

11th. A dull day. Father went to Hastings. I went to Coldharber after the poney. Ody come home from Ripe. Granfather come up here tonight. Stephen come to the yard with the horse.

12th. A windy day. Father and Mother and I and Benjamin and Luther went to Dicker Chaple in the forenoon. Father and I and Benjamin went in the afternoon. Uncle John come up here tonight. Ody went up to Mr Night with the old black cow.

13th. A windy day. I went to planten mang oarshall. I went down to Dicker Chaple.

14th. A fine forenoon and a very wet afternoon. Father went to Lewes. I went down to Mr Samíl Funnelís at the Hall to tea tonight.

15th. A fine day. Father went to Hailsham market. I went up to Mr Night at the peaks. I went down to Mastír Whites after some yeast. Richard White and Ann Elphick come up here to manglen. Father went down to the barn. Stephen went to the plat with the poney. I went up to Mr Goldsmith at the street after some beer.

16th. A fine day. I went to the park, and over to Mr Riches at East Hothly with the poney. Stephen and I went to egeten hops. Father went to Ripe with the poney.

17th. A very wet windy day. I went down in the plat after the poney and to gathering currants and down in the barn to get the horse. I went up the street after a gallon of beer. Father went down in the brook to cut a brush down to prevent the river from flowing. I went down in the plat with the poney.

18th. A very windy day. I went to turn the cows out of the barn field to the malthouse meadow, and down to feed the fowls and to Mrs Dunkís after Motherís gown. Ody come home from Ripe.

19th. A showry day. Father and Mother and I and Luther went to Lewes Chaple. Mother and Father went to Brighton and Mary Ann come home with me.

20th. A fine forenoon and a very wet thundery afternoon. George Gander come here today to have his oak tree layd. Ody and I went to Ripe, Stephen went to mowing. I went to the barn with the poney and brought Mr ganderís mare some tares. Granfather come here tonight.

21st. A fine day. Mstr Funnell went to mowing. I went to Ripe. I went down to Dicker. I went to Mastr Smith.

22nd. A very fine day. Father and I went to Brighton. I went to Uncle Thomas and Coís shop. I went on to Uncle George. Father and Mother and I went to Uncle Davidís for tea.

23rd. A fine day. I went to Bat and Ball fair four times and sold the cultivator.

24th. A fine day. Mr Thorpe come up here to plow. We went to haying, and carried all the yield of hay.

25th. A fine day. I went to egenten hops with Stephen. Ody come home from Ripe, and brought some white currants.

26th. A dull day. Father and Mother and Benjamin and I with Mary Ann went to Dicker Chaple. Mr Reed come up here to dinner and went over to East Hothly Chaple with father. In the afternoon I went down to the barn to feed the fowls.

27th. A fine day. I went to Herringly with Mary Ann. Stephen went to Dicker with the horse, and Stephen went on with Richard to Lewes after some coals with the team.

28th. A fine day. Father and Mother went to Lewes. I went down to the farm and had the lambs down in the brook.

29th. A fine day. I went up to the street with my shoes. I went to diggen my garden.

30th. A fine day. I went after the cows, and Stephen the poney. I, Stephen and Charles went to pier [?] maken. I went to Mr Russellís mill, and Ody went to the Dicker with the poney and carried some butter.

31st. A fine day. Uncle John come up here today. I went to dock pulling out in the wheat, and down in the plat after the poney. I went on to Richard Ganderís and round by Mr Holman at the Gatehouse, and I went up to Mrs Funnell at the park with the two cows and the little one went to bull.

August 1st. 1829  A fine day. Ody went after the cows and the poney. Father went to Uckfield and to Waldron.

2nd. A fine day. Father and Mother and Mary Ann and Benjamin went to Lewes, and Luther and I went to Bat and Ball Chaple.

3rd. A wet windy day. The checkers come here to check our haystack. I went to feed the fowls and over to Herringly with Mary Ann. Stephen went down to Mr Aylwin to shooing. I went down in the brook after the horses. Ody went to Ripe. I went to Aunt Guyís after two candles. Stephen come up here with Granfatherís horse to shoe. Stephen went to the farm chopping mangel oarsel.

4th. A fine day. Father and Stephen and I and Charles went to pier [?] maken. Father and Mr Aylwin went to Lewes market. I went up to Burgh Hill and down to Mr Funnell at the Gatehouse. I went to the Coopers. Stephen went down in the brook after the horse.

5th. A fine day. I went up to the street and down to Ripe and up to Berwick and over to Alfriston and home. Ody come home from Ripe. I went down to the brook with the poney. Father and Mother went to manglen.

6th. A fine day. Father went down to the Dicker. Father and Stephen went to oat mowing. I went up to Mr Noakes for some yeast.

7th. A fine day. Stephen and I went to hop egenten. I went to Mrs Barnes after some yeast. Mary Ann come home from school.

8th. A fine day. Stephen and I went to hop egenten. Stephen and Father went to mowing and finished mowing. I went up to the street, and Ody come home from Ripe.

9th. A damp day. Father and Mother and I and Mary Ann and Benjamin went to Dicker.

10th. A wet forenoon and a very fine afternoon. I went down to Stone Cross after some malt. I went down to feed the chicken. Father went down to Ripe. Mother went to East Hothly.

11th. A fine day. I went over to Herringly with Mary A. Stephen and Father and Ody went to reeping our wheat. Mr Guy come up to set our barn floor to rites. Benjamin stopít down to Dicker all day. I went at night with two hens.

12th. A fine day. Father and Stephen and Charles and Ody went to reeping. I went to Whitesmith around by Coldharber after the horse. Ruben Bull went to BarrShip [?] with the poney. I went up to the street. Uncle Carter come up here with a load of lime. I went to Ripe with the poney. Uncle and Richard stopít here all night.

13th. Father went down to Mr Aylwinís to build a wheat stack. Edward Elphick come up here and had the horse home with him. I went down to Dicker a rideing mow with our horse. I went to Ripe with the poney. Father and Mother went to Dicker Chaple. Mr Fowler preach down there tonight.

14th. A fine day. Charles and Stephen and Ody went to reeping. Father went to Lewes. I went up to the street and the field after Stephen. I went to meet Mary Ann. I went down in the harvest field and turned the poney down in the brook.

15th. A damp day. I and Granfather and Mister Goldsmith went down to the farm to see Father and Charles and Stephen reeping.

16th. A fine day. I went down to Dicker and up to Mr Newgates after a passell [parcel?]. Father and Mother and I went to Lewes Chaple and we went to Mr Brownís to dinner, and Mary Ann and Benjamin stopt at home. Uncle John come up here and Father and he and Mother and I and Luther and Benjamin went down in the hop gardens.

17th. A fine day. I went over to herringly with mary Ann, and I and Father and Mother and Charles and Ody went oat cartingly. Father and Mother went to Zoar [?] Chaple.

18th. A damp dull day. I went down to Ripe after the poney. Father and Ody went to oat carting. Ody went to Ripe. Stephen and Charles went to turning dung. Mr Thorpe come down here with two horses to be shod, and Father bought a cart.

19th. A very wet day. I went up to Mr Gallop at Waldron, Ody went to Ripe. Stephen went down to Mr Aylwinís and up to Millhouse. Mrs Collins come, and her house old.

20th. A fine day. I went to cutting russes. Stephen went to binden up beens. I went to leesing [?] wheat. Ody went down to Ripe. Sarah Dunk come here to work. Haryet and Mary A went up to Mr Westgates. Father went over to East Hothly with the horse. Stephen went along with his sister.

21st. A fine day. Mr Riches man come up here after the cart. Father and Ody and Charles and Stephen to wheat; and carried all the wheat. And Mary A and I went to leesing. Father went to Ripe.

22nd. A damp day. Father and Mother and I and Mary A went down to Dicker Chaple to hear Mr Funnell. His text was the 49th chapter v.14 Genesis, "Issachar is a strong ass, couching down between two burdens".

23rd. A damp day. Ody went down to Ripe. I went to leesing. Mother went to washing.

24th. A fine day. I went to Herringly with Mary A. and Ody, and Stephen went to reeping beens in the forenoon, and Ody and I went the two horses, and Stephen went to reeping.

25th. A damp day. Ody and I went to egenten, and Stephen went to reeping beens. Father and Benjamin went to Hailsham. Ody went to Ripe.

26th. A very wet day, and a great deal of thunder. Ody went down to Dicker, and I went up to Uncle Martinís twice. We went to winner [winnow?]. I went to Mr Soperís house where they keep sacks. I had a dozen. Henry Whitebread help us wind the oats, and put the oats in sacks; and Father went to Ripe on the poney.

27th. A fine day. I went down to Dicker with the horse and cart and carried the winners [winnowers, or winnowings?]. I went to carting oats from the barn up here. I went after some straw. Ody went to tying up beens and I went to cutting bushes for him. Granfather went to East Hothly, and I had the horse down there for him. Charles went to threshing wheat. I went to Mr Westgates and carried a basket for him to carry, and down to Mrs Barnes after some yeast.

28th. A fine day. Stephen cut all the beens, and I went to cutting rushes for them. Mr Russell come and brought Mary Ann shoes, and meshured me for some half boots.

29th. A fine day. Father and Mother and I, and Mary Ann, and Luther went to Lewes Chaple to here Mr Holden from p.l.ms. Psalm 55, I mourn in my complaint and make a noise. Mother and Father and I and Mary Ann went down in the hop garden.

30th. A fine day. I went to Herringly with Mary Ann. Ody went to Dicker to help Granfather carry his oats. Father went to Simons fair and roun by Berwick. I went to Coldharber after the horse.

31st. A fine day. Ody went after the horse, and I went up to Hornard [?] Hill. Stephen went up to Mr Knightís shoeing. Ody went up there to harvesting. Father went to Lewes. Uncle J. S. come up here from Brighton, and Uncle David stopít down to Dicker.

September 1st. 1829 A dull day. I went down to Stone Cross after some malt. Ody went down to the park with the whitefaced cow to bull. Ody and I went to plow with the horse and poney.

2nd. A fine day. I went to plough in the forenoon, and Ody went to Ripe in the afternoon. I went down to the farm after the lader. Father went to gathering apples.

3rd. A fine day. Stephen went to carting out dung. Mr Gallop come up here. I went to plow in the afternoon.

4th. A wet day. Ody and I went to plow in the forenoon, and Stephen went to Moulen [?]. Benjamin went up at the street after my shoes. Father went down to Ripe.

5th. A wet day. Father and Mother and Mary Ann and I and Luther went to Dicker Chaple in the forenoon, and in the afternoon.

6th. A wet day. The old sow farried, and had ten pigs. Ody went down to Ripe. I went to Herringly with Mary Ann. Mr Funnell come up here. Father went to the parrish meeting. Mr Funnell preach down to Dicker Chaple. Father had the horses down.

7th. A fine day. Ody went down to Ripe. I went to Mr Russellís Mill after half bushel of bran. Stephen went down to Mr Aylwinís with the horse. Aunt Francis little boy was borníd.

8th. A damp day. Father went to Hailsham market. I and Luther went up to street. Ody come home from Ripe. Father sold the oats quarters to Mr Martin at Hailsham.

9th. A wet day. I and Ody went down to Ripe with the poney and cart. I went down to Dicker after the dung cart. I went down to Mr Russell Mill after a bushell of sharps [?] with the poney.

10th. A wet day. I and Stephen went to Hailsham in the morning. Stephen went to carting out meul [marl?], and I went to picken up tatres. Harriet began to dry the black cow tonight.

11th. A wet day. Stephen went down after some potatoes. Mr Funnell at the park colt come here to be shod.

12th. A wet day. Stephen, Father and Mother went to Lewes Chaple and round by Berwick, and Luther and I went to Bat and Ball Chaple.

13th. A fine day. A very great flood down in the brook. I went to fetch the lamb and the poney out of it.

14th. I went up to the Millhouse, and over to Herringly with Mary Ann. Charles and Mr Bull went to winner. Stephen went to carry the wheat up to the mill. Aunt Guy come here to washen.

15th. A fine day. I went to Mr Aylwins with the winners. Father went to Lewes market. Stephen Funnell began to thresh the wheat.

16th. A very wet day. I went down after the horses. Granfather come here with the cole [colt?]. I went down to the barn after a sack of chaff.

17th. A fine day. Charles and I went to nuting. Stephen went to gathering apples. Father went to Ripe on the poney.

18th. A fine day. I went down to farm with the hog. Mr Thorpe bought the quarter of the pig. Stephen, Father and I went to pier maken. Father went up to Mr Knight, Stephen went down to Mr Aylwin a shoeing.

19th. A wet day. Stephen went to Mr Knights a shoeing. Granfather come up here to have his hay cutter ground. I went down to Mr Russell Mill and up to Mr Knightís on the poney. I went to Mr Russell Mill again. Ody come home from Ripe. Simson fair was today. Father went up to the street.

20th. A very fine day. I and Father and Mother went down to Chaple in the forenoon, and Father and Mother and I went to Berwick.

21st. A fine day. Stephen went to Ripe. Father and Mother and I went to Lewes fair. I went to Herringly with Mary A.

22nd. A fine day. I and Charles went to flowír gardening. Uncle come over to Mr Hugget fruniel [funeral?]. I went up to Burwick after the cow.

23rd. A fine day. I come home from Burwick with the cow, and a man went back with the old red cow. Father went to Hailsham market and had the old black cow down there for to go down in the marsh.

24th. A fine day. Father went down to Mr Aylwin a hog ringen. I went down to the field after some potatoes. Father went up to Mr Day. Father and Mother went to Dicker Chaple to hear Mr Sopher.

25th. A fine day. Stephen Funnell don threshing. I went to winnen. Richard White went to plow. I went down to Ripe. Hanner Elphick come down here to stop. Will Harriet went up there, I went to picken up potatoes.

26th. A fine day. I and Haryet went up to Burwick, and I come home by Ripe. I went to picken up potatoes. Father went to Mr Aylwinís. Ody and I went to carrying beens.

27th. A fine day. Father and Mother and I and Benjamin went to Lewes Chaple.

28th. A fine day. I went over to Herringly with Mary Ann. I went to picken up potatoes.

29th. A fine day. Father went to Horsebridge fair. I went to potato picken. Father and Stephen carried all the beens.

30th. A fine day. We began pick hops, and I went to hop picken, and Granfather come to pole pulling, and Stephen carried them up to Mr Noakes host [oast].

October 1st. 1829 A fine day. We went up to hop picken, and finished picken; and the pickers went up to Mr Freeman. I went to picken up potatoes. Father went down to Ripe.

2nd. A dull day. Father and Uncle Henry went to Brighton. I went down to Mr Barnes after some yeast, and to picken up potatoes. I went down to Mr Barnes again, and to picken up potatoes.

3rd. A fine day. Mary A went down to Nash Street. I went down to the park and roun by the street. Mr Ellis come to kill 3 of our pigs for roasters. I went to picken up potatoes. Ody went up to Ripe.

4th. A fine day. Father and Mother and Mary Ann and Luther went to Lewes. I went to Flat top Chaple. Stephen went to Burwick.

5th. A fine day. I went down to Stone cross with the sow. I went over to Herringly with Mary A. Father went to the parrish meeting.

6th. A fine day. Father went to Mr Aylwins. I went to loaden up potatoes.

7th. A fine day. I went picken potatoes in the morning.

8th. A fine day, but a cold wind and rather a frost. I went to picken up potatoes and gathering apples.

9th. A fine day. I went to picken up potatoes. I sold my lams for 24 shilling to Mr Collins. The fox dogs come roun and meet up to street.

10th. A fine day. I went to picken up potatoes all day. Father went to Hastings with uncle poney at horseback.

11th. A fine day. I and Father and Mother and Benjamin went to Lewes Chaple. I went down after the cows.

12th. A fine day. I went over to Herringly with Mary A. to picken up potatoes. I cleared one field. Mrs Funnell come up here to washen. Mr Piper brought the lams up here to keep.

13th. A dull blustrus day. I went to picken up potatoes. Father and Benjamin went to Lewes market. Mrs Funnell left off washen tonight.

14th. A wet windy day. I went up to the street. Ody went down to the mill and down to Ripe with the black poney. I went to cutten hop bines. Granfather had our horse, and he and Father went up to the street. I went with the cow.

15th. A fine day. I went to stripen hop poles, and the man went to pulling of them. I went up to Mr Dayís and to cutting hop bines. Father went down to Ripe. Mr Whitebread went away from the house and Mr Funnell come in.

16th. A fine day. I went to stripen hop poles, and Stephen Funnell went to stacken of them in the forenoon. A damp afternoon. I went to picken up potatoes, and Stephen Funnell and James Pank [?] went to threshen. Ody went after a load of potatoes with the cart. Ody and I went up to Mr Westgates with a basket to go to Brighton.

17th. A fine day. I and Charles and James went to hop pole stripen, and Stephen Funnell went to stacken of them. Granfather came this evening. Mary A went to Mrs Collins to tea.

18th. A fine day. Father and Mother and I, and Mary A, and Benjamin and Luther went down to Dicker Chaple. Father and Mother, and Mary A and Luther went up to Burwick to see Granmother, and Harriet and I and Benjamin went up to the Church. I went after the cow.

19th. A wet day. I went to carting hop poles, and Stephen Funnell went to stacken of them. Mr Millim come and done our wash house up.

20th. A fine day. I went over to Herringly with Mary Ann, I went to carting hop poles, and Stephen Funnell went to stacken of them. And James Pank went to stripen of them. Stephen Funnell and Ody went to winner beens.

21st. A fine day. Ody and I went to egenten of wheat, and James and Stephen went to potato digen. Father went to Hailsham market, and I went down to Mr Randleís.

22nd. A fine day. I went after the cows. I went to picken up potatoes, and James and Stephen went to digen of them up. Ody went over to Mr Michall after 700 trunken tiles.

23rd. A fine day. I went down to Mr Russell Mill after some money. Father and Mother went to Lewes quarter sessions, and Father was on the jury. I went up to the street after some patten woods. I went to picken up potatoes. In the afternoon I went down to Nash Street along with Jane Guy. The black sow went to hog.

24th. A fine day. I and Father went to Lewes at the quarter sessions and then at Brighton. Stephen Funnell and James Paulk [?] have done Fatherís potatoes. I went up to Uncle Thomasíes with the horse, and then to Uncle Jamesís and to see Uncle Jessee.

25th. A very fine day. I and Father come home from Brighton and went to Lewes Chaple and had Mother and Benjamin home. I rid home from Lewes along with Granfather.

26th. A fine day. Ody went down to Ripe. I went over to Herringly with the horse. I and James Paulk went to carting potatoes in. I and James went to egenten. Father went up to the Mill house. I had the horse down.

27th. A fine day. Stephen Funnell and James Paulk went to carting out dung. I went to picken up potatoes. Ody come home from Ripe. Father went to mr Weston a shoing. I went down with the horses.

28th. A fine day. I went down to Mr Guyís. Ody went up to the barn after some chaff. Granfather had our 2 horses and cart to go up to Pick hill after some potatoes, and then down to Mr Aylwins. I went to Dicker. Mrs Burgess come up here to see about Harriet.

29th. A fine day. Father went to Ripe with the cart and had Ody with him. I went to Mr Barnes. I went to sorten potatoes. Mr Row come here after the poney. Mr Aylwin come here to see if he could find a hare. I went up to the street.

30th. A fine day. I went to pulling mangel oarshall. Stephen Funnell went to faggeten hop poles, and spreading the mowl [marl?]. I went down with the cows.

31st. I went to pulling mangel oarshall, and Stephen went to dungen with the brown horse. Mr Row sent the black horse home. Father went down to Dicker and roun by Mr Thorpeís and carried the butter up to Mr Westgate.

November 1st. 1829  A very fine day. Father and Mother and Mary Ann and Benjamin went down to Dicker Chaple. I went up to Funnell [?] along with Harriet. Uncle Henry and Aunt Francis come up here with the horse and cart.

2nd. A fine day. I went down to Mr Elphick after the horse and cart. Ody went after the horses and cows. I went over to Herringly with Mary A. and rown by Mr Ellisís at West Strt. I and Ody went to egenten, and Stephen Funnell went to carting out dung and spreding of it. Father went up to the parrish meeting.

3rd. A fine day. Isaac page come after the horse. I went to the Dicker. Mr French and Mrs come up here to dinner. Father and Ody went to winner beens.

4th. A very wet day. I went up after the cows. Martha come here and bargainíd with Mother. Richard White come here to plow. Ody went to Ripe with the horse and cart. I went down to Mrs Whiteís after some yeast.

5th. A very fine day. Richard White come here to plow. I went to Mr Randleís at Whitesmith. I went to Marthaís. I went to picken up potatoes. Ody went to dungen. I went down to the Place. Father went down to Burwick. I went to picken up potatoes bondfire day, and I went to Mr Noakes bondfire.

6th. A fine day. Richard White come here to plow, and Granfather come up here to wheat sowing, and William Elphick and his horse come here to hare [harrow?], and our 2 horses went to hare [harrow?]. I went to leading and Stephen Funnell went to driven.

7th. A fine day. I went to Nash Street and roun by the Mill after some wheat. Richard White went to plow, and Granfather went to sowen. I and Stephen Funnell went to hare [harrow?]. We had one of Mr Noakes horses today. Ody come home from Ripe. Stephen Funnell had the cows and horses down.

8th. A fine day. I and Father and Mother and Mary A. went to Lewes, and Benjamin and Luther stopt at home. I went after the cows and put them in the plat.

9th. A fine day. I went down to Herringly with Mary A. I went to picken up couch, and Richard went to plow, and Father and Ody went to hare [harrow?]. And Stephen went to spreading dung.

10th. A fine day. I went to dungen. Father went to Lewes. Ody went to Ripe. Stephen Funnell and Richard White went to dungen.

11th. A fine day. I went to tien up straw. I and Harriet went to Arlington. I carried some brads down to Mr Parris at Upper Dicker.

12th. A fine day. I went after the cow. I went to the Dicker. Father went down to Ripe with the horse and cart, and Stephen went to carrien mangle with the other poney.

13th. A dull day. I went after the little poney and cows. I and Stephen Funnell went to dungen with the 2 horses. Mr Barber brought my clippers up here. Stephen went to the park to shooing.

14th. A dull day. I went to dungen with the horse. I went after the horse. Uncle Henry come here in the evening. Ody come home from Ripe. Father went down to Mr Funnell.

15th. A fine day. I and Father and Mother, and Mary A. and Benjamin went down to Dicker Chaple. Uncle John and Charles come here in the afternoon and Mary Ann and Harriet went to Church. Father went after the cows.

16th. A fine day but very cold wind. I went down to Nash Street after some theching roods. Mr Grander come here at theching. I went over to Herringly with Mary Ann. I went to dung and had one of Mr Aylwinís horses and our horse. Stephen Funnell went to hedge cutting.

17th. A fine day but a very hard frost. I went down to Dicker and after the cows, and Ody went down to Coldharber after the horse. I went down to Coldharber and round by the Mill after the horse. Ody went to Burwick and to Ripe with the sow. I went down to Waldron by Waldron Street, and back by Mr Gallop and the Stream.

This book is ended, and I hope if I have another, it will be minden.

George White, Chiddingly. 1829.