CollectionGB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Special Collections
Ref NoMS 3290/1/40
TitleLetter from Maggie Gray to Robert Laws
Date16 February 1874
Extent2 sheets
DescriptionLetter from Maggie Gray, The School House, Crimond, to Robert Laws, writing quickly because she has the dining room all to herself; Robertson gone to see about having De Jongh's cod liver oil brought from Fraserburgh for Etta 'who threatens to be delicate'; another baby girl in the Robertson family; Robert's possible cold; his friends Graham and Malcolm; pleasant time with Mr. and Mrs. Goldie; work on a chemise for Etta; going walking with the girls; reading 'Malcolm' in the newspaper; good sermon on Sunday; finally asked to help with Sunday School; Miss Seymour avoiding the work; possibility of the Irvines leaving Crimond for a fortnight to avoid diphtheria; visit of Robertsons from Lonmay; their taste for toddy; taking the girls out for walks; going for eggs; headache caused by stuffy classroom and bright sunshine.
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