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Collection: Serjeant Family Letters, 1769-1840


Item: Letter to Elizabeth Browne Rogers Roche from Winwood Serjeant (21 May 1774)




want of inclination to oblige them, especial-

ly as it would give us the happiness of seeing

my dearest sister, & rendering her any little

pleasure & comfort our mutual affection

might give. Polly longs to see you as well

as myself. We wish you could contrive mat-

ters so as to come to us this summer, if it

was only for a week. Your church have

now an opportunity of engaging with Doctr

Byles & supplying it immediately if they please.

the Society have granted him leave to re-

move with his salary wherever he chooses

Pray remember us most kindly to Mr & Mrs

Pinhallow, Doctr Brackett & all enquiring

friends, especially to poor little Atty; & accept,

my Dearest Sistr, of the sincerest affection


From yr friend & Bro:




21st. May - 1774




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