Rebecca Budd Comly1828-09-28John ComlyNinth month 28th.--It is a great satisfaction to me that you get along so comfortably, and that thou, my dear, felt excused from attending the monthly meeting mentioned. I hope it will not be required of thee to attend any meetings for business where there is disunity. As I know thou art a friend to peace and quietness, and so devoted to Divine requirings, I hope thou wilt feel easy to retire from scenes of confusion and strife. The privation of thy precious company is sensibly felt; yet I wish not to repine. I hope thou wilt not feel too much anxiety about home, for we all feel disposed to do the best we can in thy absence. Write often to us, for receiving letters from thee will be among our greatest comforts.