Hereford, May 10, 1795.
I should deserve the implied rebuke you sent me, if I had known where to direct my warm acknowledgment of the favour I received from you. It was uneasy to me not to do this, after having been highly entertained and instructed by your Anecdotes, which are well chosen, and apply so directly, many of them, to what has passed in the world for some years, that you deserve the thanks of every serious friend to mankind, to religion, and government.
I wish you health, time, materials, and inclination, to add another volume or two. You cannot fail to find readers, and they will hardly find better employment.
Your obliged humble Servant,