Letter to Angus McKay from G.A. Macuaughton:
Letter reading "Huntingdon, 13th Feby 1884 - Dear Angus, Yours of sometime ago received in due time and contents noted. I was very sorry to hear of the death of your father it must be lonesome for you at Fort Pitt without him, also for your dear mother do you intend to remain there? is Stewart at Battleford yet? I suppose Davison and the rest of the boys are at P.A. is Davison married yet? Well Angus, I am having a good time this winter - the best I have had for years. I have just returned from the Carnival at Montreal, saw a great many Winnipegers there. I do not know that I will return to that Country for the H.B.Coy [?] Dept again I am [?] of the Rheumatism. I am thinking of going into business here, but I have not left the company and if I go back you will see me next summer they want me to attend to the Western business. You can send me the money for the photograph here as soon as you can. I suppose I will get [?] sometime. Is Mr Hast[?] still with the Coy I have been expecting to hear from him for some time. Give my respect to all [?] friends and accept my best wishes yourself. Your friend [?] G.A. Macuaughton"
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