We shall rejoice if you accept of Sir P. Burel's
offer offer [sic] as it will give us a chance of seeing you & yours at this place.
a in a most pleasant country with good roads about, has a market near & is I believe well enough furnished for so transient a
[...]time as you propose to use it.
Moses has done all the arms in the Snowdon part of my wales,
& seven or eight larger views in Chester
He will do the arms of
in of the first volume
in the manner you direct. Pray inform me would you have the Snowdon part
sent to you when it is done: but I am fearful that it will not be executed under a month to come.
The influenza has seized my family. Mrs Pennant is recovered, but several of our servants are ill. If they recover in time we leave home for a fortnight on the 29th. we are to visit a friend near worcester: from where I shall Elope or hone at Berkley Castle2 to complete an iter sabrinum.3 an attempt long since begun & in great part finished. The seeing the light is another affair. If you do not visit Wales, pray write to inform me where you fix.
With best wishes for every individual of yr house I am
Most truely yrs
Downing June 21 1782.