From [Chesterfield Street], London, to S W. Sarah seems to be forgetful of them, while Charles and Charles junior are always mindful of Sarah and the rest of the family.
He will leave it to Charles junior to send her an account of their week's doings.
What shall he do with his house? or with Charles junior's music? 'Tis idle to remove it if you bring him back to town in the beginning of next year'. The boy has made some progress in harmony but more through natural talent than art.
In a postscript he asks what has happened to their 'fugitive lawyer'.