New Burlington St
April 21. 1836.
The Woman who has the care of the wetnurse’s child was at my House last night with your note – I advised, immediately, the proceeding for the night (it was near Ten when she came here) & this morning I have seen the Child –
There is a great deal of Constitutional Disturbance but I expect that means will be employed to re-Establish its Health –
I will look to the little patient, at proper times, & see what can be done –
I hope Mrs Talbot <1> and your interesting Representative are well –
with great Respect
very truly yours
R M KerrisonH F Talbot Esq
1. Constance Talbot, née Mundy (1811–1880), WHFT’s wife.