Rev. Horace Waller to William Mackinnon. Sympathises over court case; fears accusations against Blantyre men true, others possibly involved; (Gen. `then Col.) Gordon on a visit to Thrapston full of fun and healthy resignation Viceroy secretaryship due incompatible views with Lord Ripon; great man if odd in some views; no ascetic, capable governor, behaviour explicable by fatigue, illness, unbearable intrigue; the soul of simplicity, kindness and fun "this "with a little nervous irregularity of the circulation," loved by children; gave explanation from direct experience of passage in psalms.

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