"Windsor Farmes"; A Glimpse of an Old Parish, Together with the Deciphered Inscriptions from a Few Foundation Stones of a Much Abused Theology

"Windsor Farmes"; A Glimpse of an Old Parish, Together with the Deciphered Inscriptions from a Few Foundation Stones of a Much Abused Theology

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1883 edition. Excerpt: ...another to his Mother written near a Moneth since viz Jan1? ye 7th from which I expect (Life permitted & health continued) to see him in the Spring and I am apt to think he will be here either in March or sometime in April next at furthest, And considering my own mind in the matter together with what he hath expres't in his above mentioned Letters both to myself and his Mother, I very much expect that he will leave the people with whom he now is at his next journey home. I have perused my Sons Letter to yrselves and find nothing in it Discouraging as to the motion you have made to him, I am Gentm yr affectionate Friend & Serv1 Tim0 Edwards. Windsor Jany 16 1721 New York Dec" io, 1722 To the Gentlemen of the Committy ) Gentlemen, According / to my promise I here In the Town of Bolton ) send you the mQSt p, en. ary and satisfactory answer that I can from the best observation and most mature deliberation I have been able to make since my return to New York. I have not been able to come to a full determination whether to leave York in a short time or No but I think for the present considering the circumstances of the Society and my Fathers inclination to the contrary, it seems most probable I shall not settle here, but am ready to think I shall leave them in the spring. I believe I shall not return into New England till that time. Whither you will wait with expectation of me so long is entirely with you and as you think fit. I think it would be unreasonable of me to desire or expect it of you, especially considering that it is not absolutely certain that I shall leave York then. This is all the Resolution Gentm that I can possibly give you at this time. I assure you I have a great esteem of and affection to the people of your Town...show more

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  • Paperback | 52 pages
  • 188.98 x 246.13 x 2.79mm | 113.4g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236786386
  • 9781236786388