My vines are nicely trimmed: not a superflous shoot left. Cleared the cherry-trees, & took-in the nets. Mr Richardson’s garden was not so much burnt-up as might be expected. There was plenty of pease, & kidney-beans; & much fruit, such as currans, gooseberries, melond, & cherries. The wheat at Bramshot looks well; but the spring-crops are injured by they drought. Turnips come-up pretty well. The pair of Fly-catchers in the vine are preparing for a second brood, & have got one egg. This is the first instance that I remember of their breeding twice.