of the Register.
In 1793 The Revd.
Mr. Wm Wells came from England to Boston.
He lived in the acknowledgment of their receipt.
The Rev. Wm. Wells left England for this country in the yeaand the mobbing of Dr. Priestly, a friend of Mr. Wells, who also came to this country.
Mr. Wells bst was first a bookseller, the eminent Firm of Wells & Lilly, Boston, and upon failing in business s before, but I make no doubt of its truth.
Mrs. Wells was quoted for many years by the matrons herrd to food and other items of housekeeping.
Mr. Wells had been settled in a parish in England, by ull account received last summer of the Revd Mr. Wells formerly a resident of Medford.
The only enclosing her letter in one to her nephew, William Wells of Boston, and has been made happy that dariends I remain your obliged and humble Sevt Wm. Wells. Hartford June 20 1797 To Mr. Benjn Hall, Se H. Wells.
There is another letter from William Wells to Benjamin Hall, Sr., dated Brattleboro, [2 more...]