From Haydon Hall, Middlesex, to Revd. Samuel Harpur in Coleraine, Ireland, re the deposit of £40 in the bank, for use by the Irish Circuit Schools. It should be left untouched as long as possible, in case of Clarke's death, and reference is made to obtaining financial help from the Irish gentry.
There is considerable worry about the cholera epidemic.
Clarke has received a very abrupt letter from Mr. T, and reference is made to a disagreement between them.
Mr. Cromie is not replying to Clarke's letters.