of the way on a decent trot. Many places from Richardson's
as dry as summer. It is proposed that our Son
should go up, if there be no oppy. to send this seasonably. -
If there be, you will take Mr. Abbot to wait on you, unless some
other person be more agreable for the purpose. - Don't wait
to have things altered, if so as to set out after 11 o'clock.
Mrs. Phillips will employ Nabby Rand to do any thing for you
that there is time for. Our Son proposes going up for you, if
there be no oppy to send this in season. He would set out immediately,
but is in the midst of taking acct of [strikethrough] things [/strikethrough] goods
& it is of consequence that it be accomplished as soon as possible.
Besides, his near sightedness lays him under some disadvantage
about driving [insertion] at [illegible] as the traveling is. [/insertion] If you don't come, I wish you to
send by ye stage or any other safe conveyance that may offer,
my blk under cloaths, stockings & gloves & another [illegible] of drawers
I am yr. affectionate partner
The above is almost as much
out of date, as an old almanack: but as it will
give you an acct how I got down, w:ch you desired,
I think it better to send it, than nothing.
I haven ot been troubled with ye asthma; was a little
unwell last evening; but the smiles of kind providence on my
good [Aunt's?]maternal attention, gave me a good night, and I have
been cleverly to day. - your letter by Crosby, convinced me it was best not to
send for you. Friends as composed & comfortable as can be expected.
you'rs sincerely S. Phillips
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