I have inclosed your Nephew’s half-yearly account, which I hope will be found correct. I need say little of his general conduct, and attention to his studies, as the printed Reports which accompany him offer testimonials highly favourable to him in these respects. His present talents give a presage of the future respectability of his character, and I hope and trust that he will prove a source of much happiness to his connections and friends.
Begging leave to thank you for the honour you have done Me in instrusting the tuition of your Nephew to my care and joining Mrs Catlow in respectful compliments to Mrs Whitney and yourself, I am, dear Sir, Your obliged and obedient servant, Samuel Catlow. Mansfield, June 13, 1807.