To [Mary] Tooth at Madeley Vicarage. D'Arcy feels so ashamed at being troublesome to Tooth but trusts in Tooth's former kindness that she will forgive her.
She was so pleased at having an opportunity to send [John] Eyton's beautiful sermons to her friends here in Ireland. She heard a lady mention at Mrs Fletcher's that there were some copies of them to be sent over to Ireland, it occurred to her that it might be possible to have those that she got for her friends sent to Dublin with them. D'Arcy would be grateful if Tooth could mention this to Eyton.