Letter from Henry Thomas Colebrooke to Belinda Sutherland Colebrooke. In response to Belinda's letter, Colebrooke has inquired from Sir Benjamin and from Dr Fleming who both think that Worthing is not objectionable for winter quarters. He suggests they rent by the week in case the place does become damp and they wish to leave. He suggests they move towards the end of the month and if Worthing is found unsuitable to try Brighton. He is pleased with her reports and has no objection to Edward taking a ride in a donkey cart at times. Colebrooke has inquired for Belinda's Album which is not yet ready. When it is he will dispatch with the Book of beetles. Master Cox is working to resolve the issue of guardianship. Handwritten, dated 12 November 1819.