B-34-1 (partial letter)
husband Janus Dunum, I forward thee several papers of a religious nature. If they should meet thy approbation with any of the books therein names should be [illegible] by thee, it is probable that there will be some conveyance from this quarter by some of our N. Hampshire people emigrating to thy paradise as it is described to us. Friend Janus gives us a most exalted character of the place, and of the founder, adding that such men as Thomas Roatch are of some use in the world.
If any of the books would be useable to thee adn there is no other conveyance I will foreward them to Johnson & Warner on G. and B. Kite Philadelphia per of. expense.