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From Mrs E de La Main. She has read Sally's letter to Madame Destaurin?, but could not let her read it for herself, because of Sally's use of the word vixen.

Sir Sidney Smith has bought all the goods that belonged to Mrs Turrell, and has been promised by an unnamed person that Mrs Turrell will not be troubled any more. Turrell cannot stay with the de La Mains with Philippe in his condition, and she does not know what to do about her son.

It is a shame that Charles Wesley has not been able to secure an advantageous appointment - there must be someone standing between him and the King.