On Down parish matters.
Blessington House | Lee Kent
Your kind letter has made a round by Milton and back here. I am only in Town for a very few days on business, and have left the wife at home. She writes me she has put up Horsman's documents safely and you shall have them again if wanted. After I sent them to you I found the one from Hale at the time Horsman was in prison, saying the Chaplain doubted his sanity.
I have not heard lately from Powell. He had an idea, some time back, of
exchanging with one M
I should have liked to get a day to see you but fear I shall not manage it, as I have more places to go to than days to go in. I leave this I think this afternoon for Berks. Knight Bruce is down north of me at a fishing at Durness and says he is to look me up on his way South
I expect Johnny from Cam
With kind regards to you all Believe me | Faithfully yours | J Brodie Innes