Frankfurt a/M June 20th 90.
My dear Lady Thompson
many thanks for your kind lettre. You will believe how glad I am about all, what you tell me concerning Mr Borwick! He returned just now, and spoke much of the kindneß with which you and |2| all my friends have received him.
With regards to Miss Gilloch I cannot give any promise before having heard her. I have a vacancy in my class, but experience has taught me, that I can be of much more use to pupils, who have gone through one of the preparing classes. I shall be here on the |3| 29th of Septbr for the Examination of news pupils, and if Miss Gilloch will then present her-self to me, I beg to write me a word before.
Now I wish you a good summer, and remain very affectionately yours
Kindest regards to your family.