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Mr. Murray, whom I am glad to see out again will carry to Bath this Memorandum that We are all very well. -- He will arrive for what I know before Mr. Bridgen. -- The Weather is very cold, but by a good fire and a good Walk I have not yet been obliged to recur to my Expedient of an immaculate Virgin Bottle of hot Water. -- I sent Yesterday -- Packetts to Coll Smith from Paris.
The News from Boston is very well. The Court has set at Cambridge in great Pomp guarded by three thousand Men and a train of Artillery. The General Court have passed an Amnesty, with some Exceptions, to all who will take the oath of Allegiance, in a certain Time. The
Make your Observations, keep your Journal, and make Nabby Smith do so too, and let me see all when you return.
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