The Founders of Canterbury
My Dear Wynter,
—We must do as well as we can—a common resource in this world. My reception must go on for Saturday and Sunday; and I hope you will meet my party page 265here at dinner on Saturday at six, when you can yourself invite whom you please to dine at Gatton on Monday.
I saw the Bishop of Norwich to-day, who admires your plan of a quasi-election by those who are by far the most deeply interested. It promises to make all smooth and comfortable.
Very large meeting of Colonists to-day, with several new recruits.
Even if you can't come to dinner on Saturday—or rather at some quieter time before Tuesday—I must see you about symptoms which I perceived to-day, of the Canterbury Association getting into sharp theological trouble, and quite needlessly.