|Content Description||Reports that she went to visit the 'grave of your little angel boy' when she was in 'the Island'; describes it as a pretty, peaceful spot and wild roses have grown around it [encloses some leaves]; thinks the lettering may need re-doing next year; hopes Aggie [Agnes Mellish, Margaret's daughter] is well; thinks a change would do Emily good; hopes to hear that May is over her troubles, and is pleased to hear good reports of Aimie[?]; is glad that Jamie[?] has decided on coming out by the bay of New York [?]; asks to be remembered to Captain Mellish [Margaret's husband, William Leigh Mellish]; Emily sends a kiss for Aggie.|
Envelope labelled 'From Baby's Grave Prince Edward's Island [Canada]' - see Me 4 C 4/2 a letter commiserating William Leigh Mellish on the death of a son; dated by birth of Agnes.
Envelope contains leaves from grave.