From [Mary Tooth?] to Richard Williams at Madeley Wood. 'With regard to Bridgnorth, Br[other] Mason sent to Mr Cluett requesting him to take his [preaching] appointment and, as he has heard nothing from him, he presumes he will attend to Bridgnorth.'
Oats are selling at 20d[?] per bag.
"You suppose I have heard enough about the camp meeting?" - in fact Tooth heard nothing but good about it until she received a note from Brother Clayton last night which surprised her a little as Tooth's understanding was that 'Mr [Edward] Sumner had given his consent and approbation with regard to Mr Gibbins's idea. I suppose Methodism has as much to fear from his displeasure as it has to hope from his favour ...'