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n his manners, kind and affectionate in his disposition, and ever ready to assist the suffering and needy; that he had a good theoretical and practical knowledge of navigation, and as a master of a vessel made many voyages coastwise and to the West Indies; and that he had a strong taste for reading, and evinced some literary talent.
There is no doubt that his love for my mother was almost romantic; and it is questionable, when he deserted her, if he meant the separation to be final.
Romantebekah Joseph also in the family. which you are at liberty to read.
I think myself Greatly injur'd by that Person: in the first Place when I left St. Johns I was in Nathan's debt according to his accompt £ 4: 5: 4.
After I returned from the West Indies I Paid him Eight dollars which left a balance in his favour of £ 2: 5: 4.
Some time after this I sent over to Nathan for my things which fanny left in his Care and was deny'd them on Accompt of what I Owed him. At the same time Got a Great de