Letter reading "Incorporated A.D. 1670 Hudson's Bay Company Isle a la Crosses 5th Aug 1901 - My dear Angus McKay - I hear the Sisters (so called) are going to Green Lake soon so I write you a few lines to them. No strange news in this quarter I am busy making up Outfits for my [?] [?] - [?] will soon be through. I expect to head to Green Lake on the 19th or 20th - Now could you make arrangements to send one right through to Prince Albert say to start from G.L. on the 21st perhaps Greaseau might got don't take that lazy fellow Sinclair if you can possibly do without him. I have had a troublesome summer here we are sure on the verge of starvation twice [?] thank the stars we have got through with [?] for a time at all events. The water is still very high on this Lake and still seems to be rising the settlers will find difficulty in getting hay they will have to sell of most of their stock. The flour we received by the [?] [?] left at Crooked River was in a bad state - sealed and some bags entirely destroyed - but we will have to make the best of it now. [?] as will soon see you there is no use of meeting me and Greaseau - Hoping you are all well I remain your truly Thos. Anderson"
Watermark reads: "Saxon Bond"