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I received yesterday your favour of Novbr 8th and thank you for the information containd in it, The weather has been uncommonly fine through the whole of this month; I wish you had used your own judgment respecting the putting up the frame this winter. I had not any expectation of its being so early ready, or of the winters being So mild, but it is now so far advanced that it may be best to...
I wrote to you not long since to inquire respecting Shares in the Cannals. I have not received any replie, but I am Authorized to requst you to lay out as much of the inclosed Bill of 5000 ds in Shares or Stock as you do not want to accomplish the building now in hand, repair the House in which mr Clark lives, and to pay mr Porter his years wages. I have also written to you respecting oats 200...
I wrote to you intending to end the Letter by mr Dexter, but found he was gone. I therefore committed it to the post under cover to mr Smith as the Letter had 200 dollers in it. be so good as to inform me by mrs Cranch when it reaches you I received yesterday yours of Feb’ry 25th. I think the sooner the Building is begun the better and as many hands employd as can be usefull in forwarding it....
I received yesterday your kind Letter of May 12th and was rejoiced to learn that you had recoverd from your late indisposition So far as to be able to ride out. have you ever tried the use of Calomel for your complaint or Bleading? this climate is not So Subject to disorders of the lungs and Breast as ours but much more so to other inflamitory complaints which call for speedy aid. We have had...
I received your kind and friendly Letter of December 15 and thank you for your sympathetic condolence upon an event severely afflicting to a parent, in this case armed with many a barbed arrow, to infinite wisdom I bow in humble Submission, may the Chastning hand of providence be duly noticed by me, so that those Children who survive, may be doubly blessed to their parents. The year past is a...
Last Sunday the tenth, we had a deep snow here and as I knew we usually have our proportion at the Eastward I fear it has obstructed the commencment of our Building. but at present the weather here is very moderate, I hope, equally so with You. I wrote to you inclosing two Hundred dollors under cover to mr Smith of Boston. You will inform me whether it got safe to hand. The President says if...
Mrs Cranch wrote me that mr Clark would remove from our House, and that mr Whitney was desirious of having it. I have mentiond it to the president, and he directs me to Say to you that mr Whitney shall have the House, and he requests that you would Sit mr Beals to paint the outside stone coulour, to repair the Garden fence and he is willing that the Rooms should be new painted within & paperd,...
I received yours of the 22d yesterday. I have already written you that the president and I are both well satisfied with what you have done respecting help. I forwarded to you the ways , and means in a Letter of April 17th the receit of which I wish to learn as soon as possible. I have never lost any thing by post, and hope that what I then inclosed went safe—a vessel is now here going to...
I received your too Letters of June 18 & 22 yesterday. The expences upon the out House I wish to have in a Seperate account, the painting the dewelling House & any repairs made else where in the General account. you will therefore credit me 500 dollors upon that account account of the out holdings and what remains I will either remit or Settle when ever I Shall come, which I hope will be in...
I have this moment received Yours of the 26th of march with respect to mr Porter. I should be loth to part with him for the Sake of a few dollors, and as he has been upon the place So long & is accustomed to It, and I have great confidence in his & Mrs Porters Honesty and Integrity. I will consent to give him that Sum for Seven Months, but pray that to avoid envy he would keep the terms to...