On the desicions of this Day, hangs perhaps the Destiny of America, and may those into whose hands the Sacred Deposit is committed be guided and directed by that wisdom which is from above, and the result prove the prosperity, peace and happiness of our Country. This is my most fervent wish and petition to Heaven, totally divested of every personal feeling and Sentiment.
I have twice written to you previous to this day which compleats a fortnight since you left me, and in all which Time I have not heard a Word from You. I hope tomorrows post will bring me a Letter. We have had one continued turn of cold and dry weather, untill last Evening when the wind blew a Gale from the Southard and brought on rain. To day it is very Stormy with Snow, hail and rain.
I Sent on our Sons Letters in my first Letter. I want to know who is meant by the pennsilvanaan Speculator the Intimate Friend of Munroe? who was Secretary to the abolition Society in Philadelphia? be so good as to send me the Secretary answer to Adet as Soon as publishd, and every pamphlet you meet with, worth communicating to your