Maggie [Margaret] Rae Lunam
it is not two months yet & it looks long long since, She was so contented all through her long illness, never a murmer, she could say her favourite psalms & paraphrases with very little help up to the last such as "The Lord's My Shepherd" Oh God of Bethel", etc. but the longest life seems like a dream when it ispast, I am missing Susan Gilroy at this time so much She died in March of pneumonia, with friend in Edinburgh, it was a great blow to me. I have had such a nice letter from Mrs Newton at Omaha I sent her a paper with the Notice in they are coming to Europe next year possibly ScotlandAustralia, he used to be so very much interested in your Books & preached from them more than once, the address would beRevd Wm BorlandScots ChurchMelbourne,I will be so glad to hear from you05567
1913 Oct 6
Original letter dimensions: 18 x 22.5 cm.
Reel 21, Image 0858
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