Mary Tabor to Joseph Holdich

Scope and Content

Speaks of some religious upheaval in their religious community (Methodists) involving Mr Everett. She has twice had Mr. E. to stay with her 'since the fearful crisis'. Gives news of her sisters two of them are shortly to marry. Gives an account of the two girls who are 'quite women looking older than they really are'. Asks if her crossed letters try his patience; she dies it for economy but will give it up if it tries his sight.