Letter to Angus McKay from G.S. Davison:
Letter reading "Prince Albert Saskatchewan 25th March 1884 - My dear Angus, Your letter of 8th just came duly to hand. I got my valise back in a terrible wrecked condition. There is all sorts of rumors about the Governor. I heard that he is to be C Cr. as he is certainly the best man in the Service for the position. Sprees are frequent and I expect there will be a grand old howl when Gordon gets in, he is expected this evening. I have sent some papers, Envelopes and [?] by Parcel Post tis rather expensive, but can't be helped. You should make regular requisitions for this sort of thing. I had orders from the Governor not to send any [?] to Pitt. Any way there was no chance they only reached here on the 20th. Sleighing is over and backboards are in order now. I got along with your accts. but it is a sort of guess work anyway. You must drill young Simpson as I am afraid he is careless. I expect to get away about to 9th of April. With kind regards Yours faithfully, G.S. Davison. Is there a travelling case for use at Pitt?"
385 Corr - G.S. Davison
Univesity Library, University of Saskatchewan
1 physical item; 20.5 x 25.5 cm
Division 5 - North Central
RM of Prince Albert No. 461
Watermark reads:"Pirie's Old Style"