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Letter from Mercy Otis Warren to John Winthrop and Hannah Winthrop (letterbook copy), [after 11 February 1774], "Will my worthy friends suffer me ..."

Letter from Mercy Otis Warren to John Winthrop and Hannah Winthrop (letterbook copy), [after 11 February 1774], `Will my worthy friends suffer me ...`

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    Letter from Mercy Otis Warren (1728–1814), in Plymouth, Mass., to Hannah Winthrop (baptized 1727-1790), 1774, expressing her sympathies for a recent loss and offers "a mournful sigh for the condition of humanity." Warren quotes from the "Night III" section of the long poem, "The Complaint, or Night Thoughts on Life, Death and Immortality" by Edward Young.