June 7th, 1761
In this letter to George Merryweather (c.1743-1817), John Wesley informs the recipient of his changed travel plans.
Instead of spending two full days and nights in Yarm (Yorkshire), Wesley decided he would only spend the Friday night and preach Friday evening and Saturday at noon. Apparently, there was other business further south at Hutton Rudby, which was, according to Wesley, "nearer the Center (sic) of our Societies".
John Wesley visited North Yorkshire frequently. He is reputed to have stayed with the Merryweather family in Yarm on nineteen occasions.
See also the two other letters by John Wesley to George Merryweather in the Online Collection.