Ja[me]s Horsburgh, Jr.
J.M.-2.comfortable buildings in the city for the purpose.As indicated in Mr. Magee's letter, we would like to replete the treasury of the Sabbath School by charging a small admission fee. This would ensure a great many workers amongst the members of our Church and School in the interests of the lecture, although we are satisfied that the mere announcement of it will be sufficient to fill the house.We are sure that the members of the clubs and organizations would be very glad of an opportunity to hear you on this subject, and all lovers of the Big Trees would no doubt avail themselves of the chance to rejoice with you over the favorable legislation just announced.Trusting that you will give our request favorable consideration, and hoping that we may hear from you at an early dateI remain,Yours truly,[illegible]
1900 Mar 9
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