Wigton Cumberland 6th Mo 18th My Dear Friend Abm L. Pennock Hope this will find Thyself. Dear Wife. & children favoured with health. I was in hopes of receiving an answer to my letter from this Land. Perhaps I have displeased Thee by too freely cautioning Thee against too active a part in the Abolition Societies. if so or in any other way I am sorry for it. Thou know I have allways used great freedom with Thee, particularly on this Subject I have never discovered any displeasure from a belief I apprehend that it was done in true love to the Man (Tho from a weak & erring Brother. who has truly nothing to boast of save manifold infirmities) & apprehending that Thou and Thine being in much danger from this cause of suffering loss in your spiritual concerns.