I send you herewith, a few books & tracts. You will
find among them Vol. 4 of some Village Sermons which
I have printed, which are much read in many places
& which for has been [pleased?] remarkably [?] [?].  [?]
[a?] the play. Many many thousands have been [?]
I must now close. I have not yet your brother 
Hancox's letters, but am afraid to wait longer, as I
hear the ship is gone for Portsmouth, & I should be sorry
you should be again disappointed in hearing from me.
I hope to forward his letters in time.

Mr [Burder?]  writes with me in Christian love and
best wishes both for yourself, Mrs Hassall & family.
I remain

[D Bro.?] yours most affectionately in our

[ever?] dear Lord Jesus.

Geo. Burder
Coventry March 6.
I beg Christian love and respects to the [?] clergymen
or any others near you, who love the Lord Jesus Christ.

Your brother's letters just came & is in closed.

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