From [Anna Maria] Plowden at Hatton [Grange] to [Mary] Fletcher. Plowden is sending this brief letter enquiring after Fletcher's health, with a hare which [Edmund] Plowden would like Fletcher to accept. Plowden also hopes that she will receive a good account of their friends in Wellington who will be at Madeley this morning.
'I am going to the vicarage this morning where I know your prayers and good wishes [unreadable word] attend us all.'
Plowden did not forget what was on Fletcher's mind the last time that she had the happiness of seeing her in person, but she wishes to talk to her eldest brother on that subject.