Dear Brother Philadelphia 11 mo 13, 1812
This morning I recd a letter form Michael Bull, dated hartford the 9 Inst inclosing for thy Account a Check on Merchants Bank New YOrk for $440 - which being passable here, I now inclose to thee a check to thy order form Farmer & Mechanics Bank for the same exact Sum, four hundred and forty Dollars on the Bank at Stubenville, thereby to cause no delay to thy getting the Money. Intending to leave, this paper to be filled up, by my wife to Sister Charity, I concude with Love & good will to you both in all things, in your distant allotment, your affectionate Brother, Samuel R Fisher
Wm Wharton is here, & desires his love to thee & brother- Nicholas Waln is very feeble scarce able to attend meetings.
Dear Sister, I am unwilling the sheet should go without being fill'd, thought it tries my eyes to write in the evening, why my dr dost thou not write oftener. I many enquiries to answer concerning you, & it will be a great satisfaction if your continued information permits me to answer that you remain in quiet, & your minds peacefully satisfied with your removal, notwithstanding the War, and the rumours of War. has Alexander Skinner & the interesting family arrived. Thomas Coffin & wife I presume will be on their return, by the time this reaches from their information I expect to be gratifeid