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I have been a prisoner since I left thy sister, but was kept only two nights. P.L. [Patrick
Livingstone] has been out and in again. G.K. [George Keith] and Thos. Mercer were taken this
From Holland I had last night a letter that gave me much satisfaction, in which was one enclosed
from Herwarden from Anna Van Horne to Lil. Skeine, very loving; and a short postscript from
Elizabeth [the princess?] in these words: "Dear friend, I love your upright intention to travail in
spirit for your friends, though unknown to you; and doubt not but it will prove efficacious to
them, in the Lord's due time; which is the wais of your loving friend, Elizabethh."--I refer other
matters to a future occasion.
My entire love to thy father and mother, to Isabel my dear fellow-traveller, to Su. [Susan Fell,]
and Rachael, as also thy bother and sister Lower, with Leo. [Leonard Fell] and others my
acquaintaince. Thou wilt excuse this briefness at this time to thy very afections friends