From W. B. Trevelyan at14 Ely Place, Holborn, London, to Mary Fletcher. He is thankful for 'your grateful acknowledgement of the little matter I send you'. As Fletcher remarked, the Lord Jesus has paid the debt incurred by every believer. A stanza of a poem or hymn is enclosed, the first line of which is 'No son or Adam could or will'.
His regards should be passed to Mary Tooth.
A poem is enclosed as a postscript representing a verse rendition 'by a clergyman' of Psalm LXXXIV.II. The first line reads 'The Lord of glory is our sun'