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Sr/ March 25 1710 I long to hear the Answr you had from Dr. Ward - The Inclosed in the Lett[er] to Mr. Adams which you formerly Sent me which you know I was not to Send till I had Mr. Thorntons positive Answr but I perceive by a Lett[er] from him lately that that Sum is not to be Rely’d on, so I desire you’ll <……> yr Lett[er] for tis as full as can be, only you may desire him to give you or me a line as soon as possible he can whether he thinks the money may be Relyd on, for you see the time grows nigh when it must be paid in London My Daughter Blacket I think’s in a very dangerous condition, and this morning I sent for Dr. Johnson, pray Acqt. me by the <Bear[er]> if your Ass be foal’d for my Daughter Blacket has great mind to drink that Milk. Shall desire the loan of her for a little time, I am Sr your most obliged humble servt. Revd. Mr. Pemberton Pray inclose me your Lett to Mr. Adams, and shall peruse, Seal and send it by my own Servt who shall give it to his own hand. If you think fit you may desire Mr. Adams to consult Dr. Ware and perhaps betwixt them one of them may, and then the same security will serve them both.