stow yesterday, Thursday evening. I hope you, my mother, and Hen are well. I have seen M. and C.
God bless you, Yours, GEORGE BORROW.
LETTER XIII. To MARY BORROW.
TRECASTLE, BRECKNOCKSHIRE, SOUTH WALES. August 17th, 1857.
I write to you a few words from this place; tomorrow I am going to Llandovery and from there to Carmarthen. For the first three or four days I had dreadful weather. I got only to Worthen the first day, twelve miles, on the next to Montgomery, and so on. It is now very hot; but I am very well, much better than at Shrewsbury. I hope in a few days to write to you again, and soon to be back to you.
God bless you and Hen.
LETTER XIV. To MARY BORROW.
INVERNESS, September 29th, 1858.
MY DEAR CARRETA,
I have got your letter, and glad enough I was to get it. The day after to-morrow I shall depart from here for