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“For those who do not wish to follow the tedious exchanges comment by comment, here is a synopsis, brought to you by your obt. serv't., the Hezbollah Shill®.”
“Bale saf under lock and kay which is all at present from your honour's most ob't humble serv't.”
“I have the honor to be your Excellency's ob't serv't”
“I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your very ob't. serv't.,”
“Will, reg. serv't of Wm. Webster; Betty, reg'r serv't of Wm. Keen, March 9th.”
“Saturday if I am Sent for pray give His Excellency an account of my late Journey & that I cannot possibly be at the next having appointed some masters to be at my house to give me bills of Lading for some Tobacco I have on board them and they intend to leave the river by the last of the week I am yor. humble serv't”
“Master of gives a relacion pretty agreable to the letter in everything only he sayes there were about 50 men on board the Pinke when he was taken, so that 'tis Probable they will lye there, to watch for other ships. as far as I can understand by this Master the litle ship mencioned in the letter to be sunk was wheeler, who brought the Brandy and wine into York River; I am your Excellys most Obliged Humble serv't”
“I have nothing to add but my best respects to your good lady and family, and that I am, Sir, Your most ob't humble serv't.””
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