Tommy received father's letter this morning, we had been long expecting one & it came in very good time for my letter. According to thy directions I took notes for my letter but unluckily I lost them, so that I must go by memory. In regard to the minerals Uncle Alfred had not the charge of them, we left them at home. Master John requests us to mention to you that if you had no objections you would pay $25 about a year & we would learn French you will please write soon he says he would like an answer in 3 or 4 days. The 3rd Junior or Freshmen class in which we are in is the largest in the school it contains about 25 boys. The grounds about the school are improving they are making the main walk in front of the house & the carraige road to intersect it, at the point of intersection there will be a large grass-platt. They talk of having a fountain
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