First page of two, July 10th, 1756
A letter from John Wesley to his wife Molly sent from Athlone, Ireland, on 10th July 1756.
His letter makes clear that around a dozen of Molly's letters written since March that year went missing and were delivered to John all at once in Ireland in July. In a letter in May, John had been upset over the fact that Molly had not written him for so long, and the tone of the May letter was tense.
This letter contains a lot of business relating to preachers, books and other affairs. It shows that John discussed these affairs freely with his wife.
For the full letter, please refer to 'Exhibits' and click on 'Selected Documents'. See also John Wesley's letter to his wife dated 21st May 1756 in the Online Collection.