Volume 59: Archdeacon Scott letters, 1822-1844: No. 171

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12 Sept [1833]

Certainly my Dear Macarthur nothing can be more afflicting than the painful state of anxiety & suspense of your poor Mother & Sisters & I really know not how to offer any other consolation than a silent submission to the Will of God whose actions if our [indecipherable] cannot comprehend [indecipherable] such [indecipherable], - Nevertheless that it is afflicting must be admitted & I do earnestly

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