Quincy 30 December 1817.
enclosed is Harriets account which I wish you to Settle when you go to Town. I have had it some time She received 15 dollers of you—Your Father has a Bill to pay to mr Cary—and the marble chimney peice is to be included—Both amount to 28 dollars.—I have his Bill. I beleive there is some money due in B[. . .] office
I presume there is also something due in Philadelphia, and as we can get flower here as well as there—I should think it best to receive the money
I am glad to hear you are better. if the weather is not pleasant you had better not go out to Boston, but if agreable come and dine
with your affectionate Mother