From Alfred Moss to [Philip?]. The letter he received appears to be calculated to widen the breach between himself and his wife and that he feels communication between them is ineffectual. A parent of right principles should use his influence to bring about an understanding. He says his wife's continued absence is contrary to her duty and asks that he persuade her to return as there is a comfortable home waiting for her. He cannot return the money that Philip sent.
Dated at Bolton.