Elizabeth Phillips to son Judge Samuel Phillips 5th, December 27

Elizabeth Phillips to son Judge Samuel Phillips 5th, December 27.

Elizabeth Phillips to son Judge Samuel Phillips 5th, December 27

Dear Samme,
You said something about [[strikethrough]] [[loy?]] [[/strikethrough]] tanning at Cambridge port of the vacancy I mentioned it to your father he askt [[strikethrough]] [[unintelligible]] [[/strikethrough]] which port I told him you Did not say
as we have [[strikethrough]] [[unintelligible]] [[/strikethrough]] killd our pork this week
Dont know But it Be agreabel [[strikethrough]] [[unintelligible]] [[/strikethrough]] to come home next weak—your father Talks of going to Boston next week if he Dose [[sonose]] he will leed a horse for you if wee Dont heare Frome you.
Wee Recivd your letter [[strikethrough]] [[unintelligible]] [[/strikethrough]] Mr peabody
I Dont know but your father [[strikethrough]] [[unintelligible]] [[/strikethrough]] is pleasd with your journey he is now gon to Salem Court Dont think of any new
[[Strikethrough]] Give G my comple [[/strikethrough]]
Give my Duty to Maddom Foxcroft my complelments to Mr. Foxcroft & Grat Deel of what Ever regards your think proper [[strikethrough]] Give my hearty [[/strikethrough]] to the Ladys I Give my hearty thanks to miss phebe for the figs the same also to Miss Rolle for the oranges she sent
In Grat. hart from your affectionat mother
Elizabeth Phillips
PS
Cousin Robe sends her love to you

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Box 1 Folder 16
Phillips Family Collection
Phillips Academy

Transcribed by Alex Pedroza
HSS300A 2018

Elizabeth Phillips to son Judge Samuel Phillips 5th, December 27.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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