Letter No. 11
I was very pleased to hear from you more especially to know you are
quite well. You see by the Ipswich papers that Adair is all behind
again. The little folks are all well and Jane can run alone well. You
will be pleased when you see the little twins, they have been to
church twice. Poor old Jeptha Smith should have been married last
week to Mrs Carley, but have no doubt he have left her some money.
No doubt we shall see Aunt Maria on Thursday at Horham, then
shall hear all news about you.
With my kindest love from your affectionate Mama