From B.W. Newton to his mother at Plymouth: thanking her for money; requesting to know about Clarke's visit; his pleasure that she and Amy [Jane Toulmin] have been to the church on the hill and left the Quaker meeting; confidence in God's ministers such as [H.B.] Bulteel; criticism that the Friends do not have the knowledge of God; recounting the steps by which I have arrived at the blessed Truth including his separation from the Friends, preaching of [Rev. T.] Byrth [of Diptford], acquaintance with [H.B.] Bulteel, his reading of a book by H. Abbott on the principles of the Friends and his sudden conversion.
Dated at Oxford.