Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 027

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Brownlow Hill
Dec. 29 1854

My dear William Macarthur

The weather is such and I am so far from well that I see very little prospect of my being able to get down to Sydney in time to sake [shake] you by the hand again before you sail.

Having suffered for a week before from violent head-aches the night my guests left me I thought to go to the root of the

Wm Macarthur Esq.

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