Item 86 - Letter from Christina Frazer to James Frazer

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Letter from Christina Frazer to James Frazer


  • 4 Nov. 1906 (Creation)

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Rowmore House - Is glad to hear that the Park side accommodation promises to be comfortable; glad to have the reviews of ['Adonis, Attis, Osiris'], Miss [Isabella?] Anderson has been reading the book and the reviews; is glad he likes the Skinners; wonders who will be head of Westminster College, hopes it won't be Ian Maclaren [John Watson], has no patience with him or Mr [Samuel Rutherford?] Crockett, who 'degrade themselves from the high office to write rubbishy tales'; she was afraid at one time to read James' book, and did not read all of it, but now she is not afraid, and thinks that if he continues to dig, that he 'will find Him in it all'; Mrs Marryat has his book and wishes to come see her; Evelyn Ireland is ill with measles; Mr [Walter Edward?] Ireland is due to give a lecture on his visit to Italy; has been reading [Sir Walter Scott's] 'The Pirate' and 'The Fortunes of Nigel'.

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