Letter

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From G. Whitmore to Mary Tooth. They are anxious for news of [Mary] Fletcher.

They would be grateful if Tooth could also send them word whether they are to have a missionary sermon preached in Madeley next Monday. Whitmore's aunt [unreadable name] has been gone from home for some days and, given the situation here at present, they do not know if any of them will be able to come to Madeley on Monday, although they would still be grateful for news if the event is going ahead.

In a postscript, she mentions that their aunt's arm is much better during the last few days and that her pain is greatly eased. 'Mr Bayley hopes she will soon be able to begin to use it, and says he he has nothing but cause for thankfulness in the progress of its recovery'.