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W2806 Ed. Thompson to Rev. Baker.
Jan 1 1900

Dear Sir

Before I write our Friend Hislop suggesting the Plan of sending to a few of our Friends in Town a circular similar to the latter part of the Letter enclosed, I would ask your permission so to do I thought it you can intended to calling upon them in the Spring if agreeable we should sent them before that twice, It would save you the disagreeable unity of answering questions as to pecuniary matters [now??] with which last year you was much annoyed.

I remain your ever affectionate Friend
Ed Thompson

Please to received [??] for the purchase mentioned in a former letter being 1/2 year savings at 1/2 a week.

Dear Sir

The members of the Church have a [proceed?] to hold a [special??] meeting on your behalf tomorrow evening Thursday, at 7 o clock. We shall be glad of the attendance of yourself and Mrs. Baker. It is proposed caused the services as follows,

[1st Hymn??] Mr Flafson [sic]
[??] Mr Hislop
[Prayer??] Mr Hislop
[Hymn??] Rev. Thompson[sic]
[Prayer??] Mr Parker
[Hymn??] Mr Barten
[Hymn??] Mr Panton

[Written on side]

At letter on the subject at a partners ministry being appointed [assayed??] one regret at partnered to you. What has been said to yours and instrumentally and to from prospects of the aruns will be signed has the seminar days amended in 4th source of the week.

Concluding prayer and [??] Rev J Baker that the members be seated in the table pews and [??] marriage. After the service is concluded Mr Hislop on the has a [??][??] have something to communicate to you in their program,

Yours very truly,
Ed. Thompson

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