Thursday 12 Oc
Your favours of this morn-
ing are only the continuation of that
very friendly attention, which has
been uniformly exhibited by Charity
& yourself to me & my friends.
You may rest assured that the repeat-
-ed proofs of your affection have made
a permanent impression on my he-
-art. My health is impaired.
the fever which attends me is mild,
but I presume will continue some
days. Should you send to Farmington
tell my Dear friends there, that I am
only unwell, not sick. It will give
me the greatest satisfaction to hear
by the return of your Messenger that
Rachel is better. accept my love.
T Rotche S Wells