J. S. Musgraves to Kathleen, Cappoquin, July 5, 1892

A/E Or3 M973

[envelope postmarked: Cappoquin JY 5 92]
via New York
Miss O’Reilly
Point Ellice
British Columbia

July 5th [?]

My dear Pussy,

I returned home yesterday & found yr pretty present, it was so good of you sending it to me & just one of the things I wanted.

You seem to be very gay in Victoria this summer. I hear the naval ball was a great success.

The other evening we were dining with some people in town, Miss Lister was staying with them. How sweet she is! we had a long talk about Victoria. She wished to be remembered to you. I was so sorry to hear about Jack, but of course he has quite recovered I was sorry to leave London I enjoyed being there so much, it is rather difficult to settle down again. It is dreadfully quiet here. I hope some of you are thinking of coming over soon. We have been having horrid wet weather lately. Again thanking you very much dear for the sweet present & with love to you all

Yrs affectly

J. S. Musgrave

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