[Note added in pencil by Kitson:
Jane Worship [?]
"Brightwen" & "Trowse Eye"
Norwich Nov. 8th 1834
My dear John
I have just heard of an opportunity of forwarding a line to you, just as I was about to lay out a few minutes with you after my Saturday was done. One thing I had to communicate which having recorded would have waited for some tide to come to you. Freeman leaves Norwich in the morning, so, let it come early or late to you, it comes "hopping to find you in good health as it leaves me at this present".
I had the pleasure of dining on Tuesday at Brightwens of Yarmouth, with that very kind and most charming woman Mrs Brightwen – her reception of me was one of the most pleasing I ever met with, and there is one to match it for you when you go, for go you must. We talked of you and nothing else. Mr Brightwen is full of goodwill and desire to be of service to you. – A young lady at table said that Miss Worship would become your Pupil directly and she mentioned two other young Ladies who would also. There appears good reason to hope, nay, to reckon on the building a very good connexion there, which would be very pleasant – no doubt, capital! Although, my