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[?] perhaps would have been better for the them in the End  -  I have not heard much yet having only arrived  in town this morning  -  have seen Grimes and Minchin  -  they are both well  -  what will be the [?] I know not with respect to my Concerns I am perfectly satisfied You will manage them in the best manner you can for my Interest  -  I likewise believe Norror [?] will do the same  -  I know you must find great difficulty in my Affairs, but this cannot be avoided  -  I believe in a gracious Providence that will make all things work for good  -  I fear Mrs Felter [?] will suffer much in coming [indecipherable] -  and also Oakes  -  & Rouse also  -  Mrs Marsden and all the Children are well  - she is about 200 miles from Town  - I wish you may get the Goods she sent you out  -
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they may be of service to your family  -   you will make remittance as soon as you can to Mr. Hughes or Stokes  -  in one of their names the goods were sent out  -  Remember me to Mr & Mrs Crook and Mrs Napall [?] -  should Mrs Campbell arrive before the [?] sets sail from Ireland I will write again to you - Tell Norr [?] and his wife we are all well  -  Mrs Marden was happy to hear Sally had yet a little girl  -  Give my wishes to Mr & Mrs Shelley [?]  - 
I am
Yours sincerely,
Saml. Marsden
 

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