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From Mary Flavel [in Pulley] to Mary Tooth (carried by John Radford]. She was very pleased to read that Tooth and [Mary] Fletcher were both in tolerable health.

Mrs Bridgman has left Pulley so that she might see her brother from Scotland and so that might also be present for the opening of a chapel in that neighbourhood.

Flavel shall, God permitting, see Fletcher and Tooth before long at a time convenient to them. They could perhaps inform her of a suitable time via Mr Radford - he preached and prayed for the [society] here yesterday 'with much freedom to an attentive congregation.

Flavel feels that she is at times like Betty [Elizabeth] Turner, for she feels comfort at times, but on other occasions is tempted and grows peevish & impatient.