Letter to Angus McKay from C.C. McIntyre:
Letter reading "Green Lake July 18th 1883 - Dear Angus, I have been so [?] bussy[ie busy] all spring that i have not had time to write and thank you for the things you sent us by the March Packet this is the second time that I have been up here this spring, I came up when Mr McDonald came up and went down at once with Heron and Miller. Brown is here now and will be going down by the boat I came up in Mr McDonald has not turned up yet he told me to be here on the 17th. I got here last night he came up in 4 days. Do you remember me sending [?] a parcel addressed to my Father last summer, and asking you to have it shipped by final chance? It has never turned up at home or at Winnipeg, I think you wrote and told me that you had shipped it would you be so good as to let me know as soon as possible by what Boat you shipped it and the name of the Purser. I suppose they did not send it on because they did not know who was to pay the freight. Fraucklyn is sending in a case to Beacher. I don't know whether he has asked you to send it on or not but please do so. Hoping you are quite well and enjoying yourself I remain yours in great haste, Mac"
385 Corr - CC McIntyreusaskarchives:39686
University Library, University of Saskatchewan
McKay family fonds
1 physical item; 20 x 28 cm