Letter

Scope and Content

From Isabella Shaw to Mary Tooth. She is afraid that Tooth would think her burdensome though she will not waste Tooth’s time in apologies. In Tooth’s last, she told her what she was engaged upon, and Shum would like to offer her services with regard to such matters as sewing or [unreadable word].

She has sent two tracts written by an intimate friend who does not wish to be named. Tooth should feel free to use them and place them in print if she feels that they could be of service. Spiritual matters are discussed.

In a postscript, she mentions that she will not be able to avail herself of Tooth’s kind permission for her to attend the Sunday morning meetings