387 Francis Willett to Henry Flynt

    [January 3rd 1731/[32]]

    Cozen Flynt

    Yours of the 10th of November Last I Received and observe the contents. And as to Mrs. Coles Leases I have Returned them to Col. Hutchinson, she Refuseing to Sign the Counter part. The Reasons why she Objects I Refer you to Col. Hutchinson. And as to the Leaseing the Other part of the College Land I have made known the Terms to Severall but have not as yet found a Sutable person tho have had some offers; for with out you can get a person that will Labour it is not worth while to be at the Charge of building. I should be willing to Serve you in any thing that I could but as to my undertakeing the Oversight of the building, I cannot by reason of my being already much incumbered and its Lying at such a distance, but if I can find a Sutable Tennant shall advise you their of with such other persons as may be proper to carry on the building. I am with all due Regards Your Loving Kinsman.

    Francis Willett

    N. Kingstown

    [Addressed:] To Mr. Henry Flynt att Cambridge.

    Narragansett Farm Papers Supplement. Flynt’s mother was Esther Willet.