Dear Madam (n.p., n.d.)
Tom brings you 37 lb of butter which is all that could be put into the pots we intended to come see you this week but Jack told us you woud come some day but did not say what day prevented our visiting you as we shoud have done had we not expected you every day, as the weather was so fine we shall expect to you soon - Thair is a cask of apples hear for you Mr Wan woud have sent them but he had no barrel that the malloges 1 coud be put in or shoud sent them boath to you. I am with my compliments yours very sincerely
Mrs Washington's affectionate compliments to Mrs. Bordley and if she wishes to go to the play tonight - it will be agreeable to Mrs W - to drink tea with Mrs Bordley any evening next week - 1 June 25
Df (secretary) ViMtV.
Mrs Washingtons compts to Mr Foster1 and sends a little book of his with "John Gilpin" 2 in it which Mrs Crawford3 had to look at some time ago - Mrs W. thought it had long since been returned - but should Mr. Foster think he cannot readily dispose of it, she will either send it to Mrs C or take it herself. Compliments to Mrs Foster
(Address leaf) Mr Foster Please sir let my servant have a brush for cleaning a house
AN (unknown hand) ViWF.