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Boston Octo'r 19th 1765
Dear Sir
I rec'd your fav'r of 4th Curr'tt with yours & Ladys very kind invatation of Mr
Lloyd & myself to accompany you to South Carolina this Fall, it would give us
both the greatest pleasure imaginable, but will not be in our power to take so
agreeable an opportunity, want of health for some time past has put me upon
thinking of spending a winter in a milder Climate but (thank Gond) it being
in a great measure restor'd & Business at this season coming in obliges me to
give over the thoughts, we were in hopes as you are so near us you would have
done your freinds the pleasure of extending your tour to this place, which need
not say would have been a great pleasure to all your friends, & to none more
then to myself & Mrs Lloyf who joyins me in our best Comp'ts to you & your good Lady
I am with the greatest Esteem
Your most hum'l Serv't
PS: I sent you y'e begining of this month 62'tt best
Isle Shoals winter Dum Fish by Capt. Geo. Darricot
which doubt not will prove more to your liking then what I sent y'e last year
Thomas Lynch Esqr.

P Post

Dear Sir Boston Ocor. 19th 1765
I am fav'd with yours of 1st Currtt. by your worthy friend Mr. James
Forseyth of Kingston Jamaica whose short stay here gives us but a small
share of his Company & puts it out of our power to shew them that respects y't
is due to him or to such of your friends as you shall be so good as to recommend,
hope this tour may better his health, am sorry we are not like to see you here,
was in hopes of that pleasure, but cant find fault (if your health be restor'd)
the preference A Gent'n newly enter'd into the matrimonial state gives
to the sight of second self. my last advis'd you of rec't of the Bill for
£191.17.1 Sterling, please to present my best Compliments to Mr. Marston,
his Lady & all the family & believe me to be with great Esteem
Your most hum'l Serv't
Mr. Nathaniel Grant

P Mr. Forseyth

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