Epistles of Faith
William Huntington (1745-1813)TO THE REV. MR. HUNTINGTON.
My Dear Pastor,
A WEEK having elapsed since the date of my last, without receiving an answer from you, I am necessitated to conclude you, at least, thinly me too far gone indeed; otherwise, I think you would have presented some foundation for hope, or administered some cordial or other to my distressed sin-sick soul. But, David. like, I look on the right hand, and on the left, but no man seems to know me. Therefore perish I must, unless the Lord, in mercy, put forth his hand, and snatch me from the pit, ere it shut it's mouth upon
Your lost, sinful Servant.
Sackville Street, Oct 8th, 1790.