To Elizabeth Hamilton
[New York, September 11, 1790]
The Albany post is arrived and not a line from my dear Betsey; though I have reason to believe she must have arrived before the departure of the Post. This is a disappointment to me, as I was anxious to learn how she & my Children got up & how they were.
I am in good health and in all respects as well as I can be without my very dear family—But there is a sad blank in their absence. I however reconcile myself to it; convinced that you will receive benefit by it and you know how precious your health is to me.
Adieu My Angel take care of yourself & think always of Your Affectionate
ALS, Mr. George T. Bowdoin, New York City.
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