Posted by sydney on Jun 1st, 1793
Timothy is very voracious: when he can get no other food he eats grass in the walks.
Posted by sydney on Dec 5th, 1792
Timothy appears, & flies come-out.
Posted by sydney on Dec 4th, 1792
Timothy is gone under a tuft of long grass, but is not yet buried in the ground.
Posted by sydney on Nov 26th, 1792
Posted by sydney on Nov 22nd, 1792
Posted by sydney on Nov 15th, 1792
Posted by sydney on Dec 8th, 1791
Timothy las laid himself up under the hedge against Benham’s yard in a very comfortable, snug manner: a thick tuft of grass shelters his back, & he will have the warmth of the winter sun.
Posted by sydney on Aug 18th, 1791
Timothy grazes. John White came from Salisbury. Cut 133 more cucumbers. Michaelmas daisies begin to blow. Farmer Spencer, & Farmer Knight make each a noble wheat-rick: the crop very good, & in fine order.
Posted by sydney on Jun 18th, 1791
Pricked out more celeri in my garden, & Mr. Burbery’s. Planted some cabbages from Dr Chandeler’s. Timothy hides himself during this wintry weather. The dry weather lasted just 3 weeks & 3 days; part of which was very sultry, & part very cold.
Posted by sydney on Nov 15th, 1790
Timothy the tortoise gone under ground in the laurel-hedge. Paths very dry: boys play at taw on the plestor.