Mr. A. returns his respectfull Compliments to Mr. Hyslop, and informs him with much
pleasure, that Dr. Chancey and his Family were well, the beginning of February and
as he supposes Mr. Hyslops Family likewise, having never heard any thing to the contrary.
As to Advice, what Mr. Hyslop had best do, Mr. A. is not able to give any, but wishes
Mr. Hyslop to follow his own Judgment which is much better. Hopes the Storms will
blow over in time, and that he shall have the pleasure of again seeing Mr. Hyslop
in fair Weather.2