Rebecca Budd Comly1818-11-01John ComlyEleventh month.--Interesting indeed, my dear, is thy `account of thyself.' Nothing short of thy precious company would afford so much satisfaction to thy R. as thy frequent epistolary communications. But do still try to take care of thyself, not only for thy own sake, but for mine and our dear children's, all of whom are warmly interested in thy welfare.It is a trying circumstance to my mind that thou hast no-- 517 --steady companion; one who could know and understand, and share with thee in those trials which thou hast to pass through, particularly when thou hast meetings among those not of our society."I desire thou wilt endeavour to divest thyself of all anxiety about home, and thy affairs here. Our brothers and friends are very kind and attentive in calling to see us. Our men have been industrious and careful, and have their fall work as forward as the neighbours."