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...(Philadelphia, Pensylvania) to 'Widdow Edwards' (Rhuall): have come into a good and healthful land, that is capable of anything that England has in it, both as to food and rayment, with room enough for thousands and liberty of conscience, but strict against all idolatry and atheism; believes God will make those western parts the glory of the later days; remembrances to her sister Anne Thelwell; has had the greatest wrong that man ever met with from the wicked Roger Hughes; sends love to Edd. Lloyd, Pentrehobin [Pentrobin], cousins Peter Wynne, Jo Wynne, William Foulkes, and William Eyton, though the latter deals hardly with him; hopes many of them will go there too.

[NLW ref.106].


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