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Letter to George Thatcher in Boston
Sewall, Henry
January 27, 1790
Location of original: Boston Public Library, Boston, Massachusetts
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and the Officer may terminate, it is pretty clear it cannot materially affect the original process.---Colo. North has not been seen here since the evening the attempt was made to apprehend him. It is said, he is gone to Boston upon business.

I have taken the liberty to trouble you with the enclosed to Mr. Loudon, our friend--which I request you will have the goodness to deliver.

In expectation of hearing from you soon, I have the honour to be, Dear Sir,

Your most obedient
    Humble Servant

H. Sewall



Hon. George Thatcher Esq.

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