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From 32 Clarence Street, Liverpool, to Mary Tooth. Hill feels for Tooth in the bereavement which she has suffered by the death of [Mary] Fletcher - a great loss to the Church. Spiritual matters are discussed, with particular regard to bereavement.

Hill would have written as soon as she heard of the death, but she has been laid low with a severe indisposition from which she is only now recovering.

It would give Hill and her husband [Thomas] much pleasure to have Tooth visit them in Liverpool - perhaps the change would benefit her health and spirits.

Any details which Tooth can let them have with regard to Fletcher's death, would be most interesting, not just to the Hills, but to the preachers and many of the people here, who greatly venerate her name.