days the class meets so that he may be available for breakdowns etc.
I am gradually getting planted in this new-old soil. I have found the lab. Really very well provided for and at the Rowat Institute will have ample opportunity for animal experiments. We have not succeeded in finding a house and so have decided to build for ourselves. I had some pangs of sorrow when the steamers sailed off for Canada last week. It seemed strange not to be ascending the gangway with the Todds and others.
Wishing you and Irving and Taylor the very best luck in your work during the winter and with personal regards
J. J. R. Macleod.