Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from Nathaniel Brown to Elizabeth Brown informing her that all are prosperous but that he must work at home to help care for four babies as they can hire no help. Land is good and cheap but last summer the enemy was fearfully near. Brown advises addressee to live a holy life.
Nathaniel Brown of Randolph writes to Rev. Lyman Patten about the inhospitable treatment he received from Mr. Levit of Mass. at Elisha Burton's in Norwich.