CollectionGB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Special Collections
Ref NoMS 3290/13/27
TitleLetter from Maggie Laws, Livingstonia, to her daughter, Amelia Nyasa Laws
Date21 January 1898
Extent2 sheets
DescriptionLetter from Maggie Laws, Livingstonia, to her daughter, Amelia Nyasa Laws, regarding confusion over letters, her regrets over leaving East Linton, glad to hear of her good health and hopes that she will manage to preserve it in the city, Uncle James and cycling, illness of Miss Carnegy, glad she has received new books, reflections on 'French without Tears', grateful for the East Linton heather, abundance of honey at mission, circulation of 'public papers' at the mission, mention of Mrs. Thomson of Kirkcudbright, and Beatrice Robertson, hopes that Uncle James has managed to reduce the debt on the church, hoping to see Mr. Crockett's new book soon, knitting, earning money with her music, problems with ears and teeth, continued amusement over the mirror amongst her pupils, thanks for letters from Aunt Mary, missing Uncle James and Aunt Amy, glad of Aunt Amy's gifts and hoping Amelia is being equally generous to others, praise for her letters, baby Thomson in better health, glad Miss Carnegy is also better.
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