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From the quaker Mrs Rutter to Charles and Sally Wesley in Chesterfield Street, London, complaining of their failure to write.

The visit of their father to Bristol was of such a short duration, that she only had time to speak to him at the Room and once in the street.

In a postscript addressed to Samuel Wesley, she thanks him for his letter, and for not following the example of his brother and sister 'who are naughty children'.