327. Robert Bloomfield to Charles Bloomfield, 18 October
Shefford. Oct 18. 1818
My dear Charles
I have been very anxiously wishing to hear from you. I hope you
will write directly and set my mind at ease. Is Mr Birrill gone? Have you
recieved your quarter's wages? Do you conduct the school yourself? Do you feel
able to do it? And are the parties likely to be satisfied with your single
services &c &c &c? We are all well, but have not had a
word from charlotte
since your last, in which you said that your letter would come accompanied by
some things of hers, these things, whatever they were, did not come.
Our post now goes at 4, and I have but just time to say that Hannah has her usual health, but
is not so contented here as formerly nor I neither. Perhaps I may say more on that head next time. Love and good wishes.
Yours in the fidgits,
Oct 19, 1818
Address: Mr Charles Bloomfield, / National School, / Putney, / Surrey