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Collection: Serjeant Family Letters, 1769-1840


Item: Letter to Elizabeth Browne Rogers Roche from Winwood Serjeant (15 June 1774)




lived so long in the family! I cannot help

thinking that it was hard, cruel, not to say

criminal: Your sister was greatly affected at

it indeed: & must own, had I known anything

of an intention would have done any

thing for the poor fellow rather than he

should have been sent off the Countrey: sure

I am your compassionate disposition had

no hand in it: God rest his Soul. -- I was

vastly disappointed at not meeting with Bass

at home & much more so when I heared

that you were at Newbury a few hours before

my arrival: had I been any ways certain of

your return so soon, should have stayed the

wednesday over; for I wanted greatly to see you;

have so much to say to you: & rejoice that you

give us some encouragement of seeing you

this summer at Cambridge: I fear it will not





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