I had deeply sympathized in thy sufferings; and I had rarely, if ever, experienced greater pleasure than when I was the happy messenger of thy redemption from the grievous thraldom, under which thou wert suffering.
Thou art blessed with more than common good sense, and thou knowest how to make thyself agreeable.
I earnestly advise thee to guard well thy thoughts.
Never allow thyself to use an immodest word, or to be guilty of an unbecoming action.
On all occasions, show thyself worthy of the regard of those who feel an interest in thy welfare.
“There is joy in heaven over one sinner that repenteth, more than over ninety and nine just persons that need no repentance.”
With ardent solicitude for thy welfare, I remain thy sincere friend.’
About two years afterward, Friend Hopper
made the following record in his Register: ‘J. P. continues to conduct very satisfactorily.
She makes a very respectable appearance, is modest and discreet in her deportment, and industrious in her habits.
As a mark of gratitude for the attentions, which at different times I have extended to her, she has sent me a pair of handsome gloves, and a bandana handkerchief.
Taking into consideration all the circumstances attending this case, this small present affords me much more gratification than ten times the value from any other person.’
Six months later, he made