From Harriet Brooke at Codsall near Wolverhampton, to [Mary] Tooth. Her mother would be grateful if Tooth could write and let her know what Sarah Haselwood's intentions are with regard to her affairs at Wolverhampton. Harriet has written her two letters within the last few months, one informing her of the death of Harriet's eldest sister and the other concerning the death of her trustee Mrs Price. Neither of these letters have been answered. They would be grateful if Tooth could call on Haselwood and tell her, with their best wishes, how surprised they are at her silence. They would also be pleased if Tooth could find out if Haselwood has heard from Mrs [Price's] executors.
Harriet's mother is rather anxious for fear that Haselwood is sick. Perhaps a journey to Codsall would benefit her health.