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From Jane Vernon in Burton[?] to Mary Tooth in Madeley. They were very grateful for Tooth's kind invitation, which Vernon and her sister would gladly accept if they were able to conveniently leave home. They hope to attend the lovefeast in Madeley next time as they both consider a visit to Tooth's house to be a privilege. 'I was truly sorry to give you so much trouble when favoured last, but hope you and your amiable sister [Rosamund] will allow me an opportunity of returning the kindness, as be assured, a visit from you will be gladly received by all our family ...' Perhaps, as Tooth is acquainted with the Wesleyan preachers here, they 'will be an instrument of your coming over'. Vernon was pleased to hear that they are pleased with their preachers in Madeley. The preachers here suit this circuit very well, which is promising, as they need a revival here. Her brother and sisters unite in sending their respects to Tooth and her sister