Anne Andrews, Isleworth, to Maria Andrews, Salisbury, Wednesday, [c spring 1796].
My dear Love
I expected to have been with you as yesterday or today but that not being the case I send this to relieve your anxiety hope you will receive it early tomorrow – If nothing in Providence prevent I shall be with you some day this week
Adieu my beloved & rest assured of the sincere affection of
Your friend & Sister
Text: Reeves Collection, Box 14.2.(j.), Bodleian Library, Oxford. Address: Miss Andrews | arrived Saturday morng; for a fully annotated text of this letter, see Timothy Whelan, gen. ed., Nonconformist Women Writers, 1720-1840 (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2011), vol. 6, p. 128.