Letter

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  • Reference
      GB 133 DDWes/6/80
  • Former Reference
      GB 135 DDWes/6/80
      GB 135 Wesley Letters Black Folio, page 92
  • Dates of Creation
      16 Apr 1829

Scope and Content

From Charles Wesley junior in Edgeware Road, London, to Miss Tooth in Hoxton Road, re his letter to Thomas Jackson enclosing information about the Blackwell family. Jackson is a 'prudent' man, and will understand that Charles does not wish certain specified details from the letter to be printed [in the Methodist Magazine].

Mr Sutcliffe has written to the bank asking how much of Sally Wesley's legacy is on deposit.

He would like six copies of his hymns inscribed to Mr Roberts.

His cousins join him in his regards.

In a postscript he mentions being kept at home by the rainy weather, although he has been to church.