relieves me. Went out walking with Capt.
Jarvis, who came while I was eating breakfast,
and as we came back from Indian river we
stopped in and heard Bishop Rowe preach,
at the beautiful little stone Episcopal church.
Jarvis will go to Washington within a week and
will do all he can to secure the removal of both
Richards and Grigsby - He has been sent for on
Alaskan matters. Took lunch with him and
"Buster", his darling boy. Mrs. J. is yet in
bed with their third child and second son
whom he calls "Billy", - 10 days old.
Left on "Bonita" at 2 oclock for Juneau-
Bishop Rowe is on board also. Before I left
the wharf I delivered to Genl. Distin a letter
from Esterly to me, agreeing to dismiss the
proceedings and charges against Distin
filed by him & Hoggatt in Washington.
Distin agreed to drop the whole matter &
to keep the letter confidential.