Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 129

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by away, a home [?] which almost makes me blush but it is a charming house in a most charming situation, almost a country residence for it looks into [indecipherable] of the gardens & has in Town and [indecipherable] for the winter if [indecipherable] out.  In both [indecipherable] a good deal [indecipherable] coughs & colds & similar [indecipherable] afflictions than the [indecipherable] of the Highlands but the charming weather that came on with September & the delightfully quiet comfortable & beautiful place.  But we shall be in Suffolk [indecipherable] look up [indecipherable] being much restored us or being ready for I had his letter [indecipherable] them for [indecipherable] the abundance of [indecipherable] legged Partridges wh. 


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