LETTER [?W] Pollard at Demerary [West Indies] to Miss Maria B. Troughton. Says that she is still dear to them and that they all think of her in her distress. His wife Jane is with child and he hopes that it will be healthy. Mentions that he has seen Ellis [Troughton] and Tom [Troughton?], who has turned to religion, '.... and is desirous of obeying the call of the Spirit....', and goes on '....would that the like change were wrought in my son....'.
LETTER from Jane Pollard to her cousin Maria. Says that she is sorry she has been so long in replying to her letters. Understands that she is unhappy but '....should count the trials of this present time not worthy to be compared with the glory that shall be....'.