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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 11., A recently discovered Letter written by Colonel Isaac Royall in 1779. (search)
nably taken it is likely it would have prevented all these troubles. Govr B——and Govr H——came to see me soon after my arrival and I return'd their visit and soon after Govr H. was so complaisant as to invite me to dine with him but I did not go so our acquaintance soon broke off. Lieut Govr Oliver has lost his Wife she died about Two Months ago and he is remov'd with his Family to Bristol as is Mrs Boarland and Family and Mr Lechmere and Family and a good many more of our Country People Mr Simpson talks of going in a few Days to live there so that I shall be left alone from all my American acquaintance except Mr Flucer who is but a little distance from me I never was at Bristol but they say it is a pleasant place and that they can live a third cheaper there than they could here I have thoughts of going there soon in about a Fortnights time to drink the Hott Well Waters which the Docters tell me is good for the Disorder I complain of upon my Liver that I have been for some years affl