|plimouth Nov 13thth 1796|
I return my dear madam miss Williams Letters with Loverly memoirs—am much obliged & hope have not detained them too long—
am sorry to hear by Your late short billet that you do not enjoy perfect health—
was the stage driver under any mistake when he told me you contemplated a passage to plimouth in the stage ere long—I hope he was not as such a Circumstance would be exceedingly gratifying to your friends here—
I did promise myself the pleasure of passing one evening at last before the seting in of winter but begin now to doubt whither it will be in my power—
Mr Warren unites in respectful Complement, to the vice president and to yourself.
with your assured / frend & Humble Servant
my daughter sets by and desires her most respectful regards as would the lovely little Marcia otis was she awake