Howitt to Fison 5/9/1874

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to show that there are difficulties
in the way of ascertaining the meaning
of terms beyond the stupidity of the

I am more than ever impressed
with the necessity of meeting; it is
quite possible I may be in Melbourne
at end of this month. My wife and
children are still in Adelaide
one of the girls having caught measles.
Yours very truly
A W Howitt

P.S. Will fill in Mr Taplin's list as soon
as I can consult my lists on my living
authorities - I cannot recall some
of the terms.

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Document Details

Date 5 September 1874
Letter From Howitt, Alfred William
Letter To Fison, Reverend Lorimer
Country Australia
Holding Institution St Mark's National Theological Centre
Collection Name Alan Tippett/Lorimer Fison Collection
Registration Number tip70-10-33-10
Medium Letter
Locality Beechworth
Summary Letter provides an update regarding A.W. Howitt' s informants, circulars, and who further could provide information, such as Magistrates, Police Officers, Officials. Howitt also responds to Fison's previous letter with numbered points, and includes a discussion of certain language terms and their meanings.
Physical Description Handwritten in ink, signed and dated.