Dear Brother Philadelphia 11 o 7, 1818
It seems proper to advise thee, that this day came to hand in closed by Michael Bull at Hartford a Check on the merchants Bank N York for Eight hundred dollars, which when collected thro Bk Pennsa will go to thy Credit. I believe thou before wert advised of my having recieved from Michael Bull viz
9 mo 11 last $130 - both at thy Credit
10 mo 6 200
a repetition thereof however will Not last anything.
It was pleasant ot her of thy safe Return from the Indian Treaty at St. Mary's Ohio & that on the whole that arduous Journey was attended with a portion of Satisfaction giving up to the appointment. thy affectionate Brother Samuel R Fisher
This letter has lain several days 11 mo 13 for me to make an addtion, but being diverted by company & other engagements, it slip my memory, hope the delay will be no inconvenience to dr brother of whose safe return from his arduous Journey it was indeed pleasant to hear, & the account of the interesting interview with the poor natives, exerted feelings, somewhat similar to his own, so that my dear sister may judge, that further particulars would meet a Cordial reception. but knowing thy time, as well as mine, is much occupied, I must not enact too much, please inform of the articles the sent for, have arrived, & hoe they suit the young women. also whether the Sprctables are any hlep to thy sight. Lydia Rodman is now in this City, Lodges at her brother Wms, she don't intend making a long visit, having no desire to enlarge her Circles of acquaintances