Scope and Content

From Elizabeth Shaw in Tattenhall to Mary Tooth in Madeley. She is writing to Tooth as a dear friend and as one who she considers to be a mother in Israel.

Shaw understands that her [Shaw’s] sister has already informed Tooth of the circumstances that prevents her [the sister] from staying at Kinberton[?]. Spiritual matters are discussed in detail. Reference is made to the possibility of Shaw’s sister finding an appointment as a housekeeper.

Shaw understands from Sarah that Tooth’s dear sister [Rosamund] is still suffering from poor health.

Shaw’s sister and brother join in sending regards

[The handwriting of this letter is very difficult to decipher]