Letter-Book Volume 1

Letter-Book Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1886 edition. Excerpt: ...Discharges. Mr. Addington would be a very fit person for you to improve. But you would best of all pursue your own Business by your personal Presence here. Unkle Quinsey grows exceeding crazy. My Wife is valetudinarious. My service to you and Mr. Cotton and family from Madam, Your humble ser. S. S. 1 See ante, p. 138, note.--Eds. MEMORANDUM. Mr. Moody died at Cotton Hill, July 4, 1697, and was buried on the day before the Commencement, a great Funeral. SAMUEL SEWALL TO ELEAZEB KIMBERLY. To Mr. Eleazer Kimberly Sef. inclosing my Account $ Capt. Whiting. Third-day, Octt 5, 1697. Sir, --I was so far from disaccepting the Service which the Government of Connecticut desired of me, that I account myself therewith gratified and honoured, and am very glad if the Concurrence of my weak help may any way assist the Exercise of your effectual Love and Sympathy towards the Inhabitants of this Province. Here is a growing charge by the men quarterd out, seven of them; as Sam! Stockin of Middleton, Ebenezer Smith of Say-Brook sick and broken mortified shins, Nathan! Ackly and WTM Scovil with his broken Arm from Hadham, Jedidiah Andrews of New-Haven, Ephraim Wilcox and Job Pain of Middleton.1 These Seven will go near to stand in 3. 10-0 p the week besides Physick and chirurgery. Everything is so dear, and people afraid of Infection; that it is a difficult thing to persuade anybody to entertain them. SAMUEL SEWALL TO EDWARD HULL. To Cous. Hull $ Madam Elsa. Bellingham who goes in the Briganteen, Bows Mr. _Master. Jfc 1, 1697. Buy for me a piece of flowerd Lute string qe between 36. and fourty yards to make Gowns and Petticoats for my Daughters. You must not exceed 51 p yard; And 1 In the margin opposite the first list of names is the date "Sept....show more

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  • Paperback | 142 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 268g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236488296
  • 9781236488299