Monday 26th. Rainy and wet—I come up the River in a Battoe to Fort Edward to the incampment—their we drad 1/2 a pound of powder and 10 Bullets a peace and 8 days provision in order for to march to the Lake—Barnabas Evings was very poor with fever nago and was forst to stay behind & David Bishop with him—we Lodged in Bush tents and very wet it was.
Tuesday (p. 017) 27th. Marched all of Colonel Phiches Regiment that were hear with 3 teams to carry the officers we arrived at the half way Brook and their a great percel stashond for a while & from thence we Marched to Lake George and went over upon the hill East & their Encamptt one with myself went upon guard this night.
Wednesday 28th. We cleard our ground and pitchd our tents I sent 2 letters home.
Thursday 29th. Stil here General Limon & Colonel Phiches Regiments come up to the Lake this day I washed my Cloths 1 more rigiment come up.
Friday 30th. This day there was a very unhapy mishap fel out in the province forces & that was I shot one partly through the body but did not kil (p. 018) him the man which was shot lived at Bridgwater to day they drawd out 9 men to go in Battoes up the Lake.
Saturday July 1st. Colonel Worster & his rigiment came up to day & 3 of our sick men 1 of them Brot nuse that one man shot another by accident at Schenacata & an hour after he died to day our Chapling came up &. 1 of Magor Rogers men came in that had bin (p. 019) gorn 7 days & Expected to be gorn but 2 he was so beat out that he could not tel what had becom of tother. this night I went upon a batto and guarded Colonel Phiches Tub of Butter.
Sonday 2. In the fore noon I went to meting & heard Mr. Eals his text was in the 5th Chapter of James 16th verse a good sermon I rote a letter & sent home & in the after noon to meeting again.