Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 191

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in the Museum [?].  A bust of Sturt  [indecipherable] in the Exhibition this year is incomparably the best of a series of [indecipherable] deeds.  Nicholson & [indecipherable] confided this work to him & feel sure that if any body can hone the material afforded for a likeness, do it.  Summers is that man.  I have looked all over my books for Sismondi's Agric're [Agriculture] Toscane, but cannot find it.  You are most welcome to it if you can find it at E. Bay, but it was among my own books if [indecipherable] maybe.  I have told Williams & Norgate to advertise for it.  Mrs. Macleay is gaining strength I believe every day, but will be all the better for leaving London & this we hope

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