A pciAa-tB Setter brLnigs tlie intelligence tlliat Superintendent Perry is at Bay St. Lwuiis Afilas., gradaaily, but aot raphUy garning. When. the netter was wriftten Prof. a-uxl Mra. Perry had baan there some t-eu days. and lie liad recovered íroni the :ang journey, and vas beginning to ietfl the effect of the cha;age oí "Smate aaid surraumdings. The letter sayis : "Wiiile !iis (Proí. Perry's) imiproverae.nit has not been so1 nuarked ais ■ve woujd lüe, yet we afe oonecilous oí quite a gaia- enough to furafeh a gtrong hope of mucii bette" tiliiilngs iui tire next two weeks. 'We ane &at;t5fi&d tJuat it %vas a ■víse tihl'nig to come luere. The -weatihier ib so ■warm íüua speeds a large part oí tihe time out of doors. His appetli'te is gtrad, aind be genei'aCly el'eeps well. He is able to1 fide, foír an ihjwuT ■wi.tlnout undue íait-igue, and one ctay lie wafjied a Iialí-mlle, alTluomig-U by easy stages."