Letter from Sarah Kenrick at Chester to "My dear Brother"

Scope and Content

Much about Edward Kenrick : He has no means other than what the recipient send him; she has invested £500 on bond with the proprietors of the Manchester & Leeds Railway, which yields 325 p.a., and has sent Edward a Bank of England order. News of the retrenchment of "the good folks in Liverpool" due to the burden of income tax. Mary and Lydia join in sending remembrances; Mary is better, though still confined to her room; she has "...derived much benefit from the application of leeches to her temples.."; news of mutual friends; refers to the silk dress "& the merino one" she has promised for "little Sarah"