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      GB 133 MAM/ Fl/7/15/25
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      GB 135 MAM/ Fl/7/15/25
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      undated [pre-1815]

Scope and Content

From G. Whitmore at Cotsbrook to Mary Tooth. They are sending Mr [John] Eyton's sermons, having understood that Eyton wished Mrs [Mary] Fletcher to see them. They also beg the favour of 'you to forward them to Wellington by Mr [George] Perks on Saturday next, as it is Mr Eyton's particular desire to have them back at that time.'

They were pleased to hear on Monday that [Mary] Fletcher is improving and hope that her health will continue to recover.

Most people here have suffered from slight colds, but no worse. Whitmore's aunt's arm is also mending fast.