Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 013

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Brownlow Hill
Monday 11 Sept.

My dear William Macarthur

You will think me an idle good for nothing ungrateful man and tho' I should not like to hear you express the thought I can pardon you for entertaining the feeling.  To account in some way for my silence I must tell you that I left your letter with my brother & then came

Wm Macarthur Esq


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