one's own friends.
Indeed, dear, the change to St. John
is so much for the best with Father
and us all. They feel differently
towards clergymen down there, and
the very commonest person doesn't
think it strange that he or she is not
choosen as an intimate friend of the
minister or his family.
Father feels so badly about dear
Mr. Boyd's death, and indeed so
do we all, but was it not lovely
that he had the governorship
even for so short a time? I had
such a nice letter from him about
two weeks before he died asking
after you and for your address.
Alice you know, is with Father and
She likes St. John so much, Ellie
to as down, too. for a month, and
then in Montreal for a month.
We are all so thankful that Mother
is in Ottawa, as this house is so