Photocopied letter from Great Chesterfield Street, London, to Thomas Roberts in Swansea, thanking him for accepting her husbandes manuscript hymns. She would also like to send him the sermons, as long as she can be sure that they will not be altered.
She is inclined to burn a great many letters 'with many seals of his useful ministry', as they probably do not warrant the time that would have to be devoted to them. Also the thought of private correspondence being published is a worrying one. Reference is made to the question of financial help being given to the Wesley family by the Methodist Connexion, including the investment of £1600 by Dr Thomas Coke.
Charles's appointment as honorary organist to the Prince Regent gives cause for optimism.