27 Dec 1934
Kgotla ea Kgosi,
10December 5th, 1934.
Rev. A. M. Chirgwin,
London Missionary Society,
15 B r o a d w a y ,
My dear Missionary,
I thank you very much for your letter
of the 6th November last, and it gives me great pleasure
to know, as I have always known, that we out here are
constantly in your minds and prayers.
I am glad also to know that you are
25being informed of what is happening in Serowe in regard to
the women's work to which Mrs. McIntosh has so generously
given her untiring services. We Native women derive very
much benefit from the instructions and the guidance given
by kind people like Mrs. McIntosh, Sister Haile, Mrs. Shaw
30etc., and I think it is because of the services of these
that there are rapid changes in the mode of living of our
Native women and the tribe as a whole.
Your visit, which to us here was rather
a short one, is nevertheless indelibly printed in our
35minds. During Tshekedi's troubles we observed keenly your
untiring assistance to his cause, because we had made our
acquaintance with you.
May God spare you in order that your
service and influence may be felt, not only in the
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Bamangwato country but all over the world where the up-
lifting of the backward races is sought.
Again thanking you for your letter,
5and with the good wishes of the Season from both Tshekedi
Yours very sincerely,