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Letter from Boston, received in New-York


July 28. Every part of this extensive Continent, so far as we have yet heard, appear to be deeply interested in the fate of this unhappy town. Many and great are the donations we have already received, and many more we have good reason to expect. The cry of hunger is not so great as was at first expected. Even our poorest people have not suffered for the want of bread. May that Being who hath the hearts of all men in his hands, and who turneth them as he pleaseth, still dispose our sympathizing brethren to continue their benefactions, till we are happily relieved from our present difficulties.