James White, [South Carolina ?] to his wife, Mary White.

		   A letter from James White, 19th January 1818, possibly
from South Carolina, to his wife Mary White

         Dear Wife
I would be glad how soon you could land as I so now
enjoy the benefit of what I have for [stained] your
care as I have give four cows to Robert this fall for
their milk which I suppose would be useful to you and
family as has seven yet I add no more but remind me
to all my friends and old neighbours as I remain your
affectionate Husband until death
     Mrs Mary White                James White

N.B. When Joseph Proctor comes ashore let him enquire
[inquire?] for Samuel Robinson Merchant who can give
him information where Captain Jonathan Beatty lives
in York Ville South Carolina when Joseph Proctor
writes let him direct it to Captain Jonathan Beatty
York Ville So. [South?] Carolina as John Brown of
Wilks County North Carolina has moved to the Western
Country -
I have wrote two letters one to Couzen [cousin?]
James White & one to John Millar & received no answer
I would like an answer from each and let me know if
Presbyterian Clergy have took the black gown
                                       James White

Please to let William Cearns of [- - - - ?] know
that his father William Cearns is well
Enquire for Saml. [Samuel?] & Geo. [George?] Mchts
[merchants?] King Street Charleston
Wm. [William?] McAffe recd. [received?] a letter
dated March last from Joseph Proctor which give a
full account of your situation & I feel troubled on
a/c [account?] of your fears