Letter to Angus McKay from Geo. H. Gibson:
Letter reading "Address to The Woodlands, Newton-Le-Willows, Lancashire, Dec 5th 84 - Dear Angus, McConnell and I arrived in Glasgow quite safe three weeks ago after rather a tedious voyage. I was frightfully sick all the way I have not seen Mr. since we landed, but heard from him he is coming to spend a short time with me in Januayr. I am enjoying myself very much and think that the change will do me a great deal of good. I found my brothers and all very well and successful, and very anxious to see me which was very gratifying to me. I left word with Mr. Clinkskill about the renting of my house at Onion Lake but I have thought over the matter and would prefer to sell to you so will you kindly write, and let me know what price you could give. I hope you will write to me and give me the news. I shall leave for home in the Spring when I hope to find you all well, remember me to McDonald and tell him that he must consider this the telegram I promised and shall expect a long letter from him, also to Francois and Bon Homme and any inquiring friends with best wishes. I remain Yours Sincerely, Geo. H. Gibson. - To Angus McKay Esq. Fort Pitt."
letters (correspondence)travelland agents
Angus McKay - Folder 2 - Box 2
Univesity Library, University of Saskatchewan
1 physical item; 22.5 x 18 cm, folded in half
Division 5 - North Central
RM of Kinistino No. 459
Watermark reads: "A Pirie & Sons 1887"