another Season. We have no good grain or board mill in this place. & most of our flour & lumber has to be brought 20 miles. which Subjects us to great inconvenience.
The is rapidly advancing. & many new buildings have been erected since you left us, & many more would have arisen if Brick & lumber could have been obtained. There is scarce any limits which can be imagined to the mills & machinery & manafatering of all kinds, which might be put into proffitable operatin in this , and <even> if others should raise a mill before you get here, it need be no discouragement either to you or to Bro. [Henry] Buckwalter. for it will be difficult for the mills to keep pace with the growth of the place. & you will do well to bring the Engine, If you can persuade any of the brethren who are manafaters of woolens or cottons to come on and establish their business, do so.
I have not ascertaind definitely as yet., how far the goods will go toward liquidating s Note or Finishing your house. but this I can say I will make the most of it. & benefit you eve[r]y possible way.
Your message is delivrd to & she will be glad to have returns on her letter of attorney as speedily as circumstances will permit according to the understanding thereof.— [p. ]