Thomas T. Bisset
Rose CottageWoodbush.DunbarScotland.10/4/14.Mr Muir.Dear Sir.I received your nice letter and handsome book, which I am highly delighted to possess. Since writing my first letter to you I have not been well, hence the reason in my delay in writing you. I have been under the Doctors' care, but pleased to say am all right again.Your book is most interesting the reading of your Boyhood does recall many happy bygone days to me as I used to be up to all the same pranks as scootchers roaming about the country, climbing walls & fighting battles at school, The words [sook-in-goats?], Dandy Doctors, Bumbees &c &c are all familiar to me, one very seldom hears them now05862
1914 Oct 4
Original letter dimensions: 25 x 20 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0703
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