To [Sarah Gwynne junior]. Her letter eased his fears re her health, but increased them for the well-being of her sister.
His brother wanted him to write tonight so that Sarah may receive the letter quicker.
If she is not 'pained by the folly and imprudence of some', then Charles is not worried either.
Charles has got his 'beloved Colonel [?Bartholomew Galatin] back again; & the world has not hurt him. He is meek & lowly & loving still - as a little child'.