To Miss Mary Hale
C/O. MRS. BAGLEY,
31st August, 1894.
The letter from the Madras people was published in yesterday’s Boston Transcript. I hope to send you a copy. You may have seen it in some Chicago paper. I am sure there is some mail for me at Cook & Sons — I shall be here till Tuesday next at least, on which day I am going to lecture here in Annisquam.
Kindly inquire at Cook’s for my mail and send it over at Annisquam.
I had no news of you for some time. I sent two pictures to Mother Church yesterday and hope you will like them. I am very anxious about the Indian mail. With love for all, I am your ever affectionate brother,
PS. As I do not know where you are I could not send something else which I have to send over to you.