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Your favor of the 29 th came to hand yesterday and I hasten to relieve you from the fears that your grandsons may have had a part in the a supposed riot a riot supposed to have taken place in mr Stack ’s school on some late occasion by assuring you that not the smallest disturbance has ever taken place in th at school since you were here. the instance which happened the last year was so...
on my return from your hospitable mansion , I spent a week with my friends on Willises & when at M r John Trents partook of some very fine silver perch, which were caught in his mill pond, which reminded me of your enquiries about the Epping old Eppington old mill, & then I enquired of M r Trent , if he could supply you with some to stock your