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W7842 TO REV. CALVIN MCQUESTEN from Annie I. Robinson
Feb 2 1916
To: Rev. Calvin McQuesten Buckingham, Quebec
From: Beaverton, Ontario

My dear Mr. McQuesten,

Are you very busy, or are you too annoyed with me to write? As soon as I said I would stay with my brother-in-law for a time I realized I had allowed my sympathy to run away with my judgement, and that I was in honour bound to return to you as soon as possible.1

I think about the matter a great deal, but when I try to discuss it with Mr. Bruce he is too deaf to hear me!

However, if you were to write a very severe letter and threaten me with "The Law" if I didnít return in a week it might have some effect! I don't even yet see what is to be done, but there is some solution for every problem and there must be one for this. I honestly want to do what is right, but the way is not always clear. Can you elucidate it for me? With kindest regards.

Doubtfully yours,

Annie I. Robinson


1 Annie Robinson was Calvin's former housekeeper. She left when her sister died, see W7836.




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