Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 193

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my dear old Friend, if I do not write I do not forget.  You will always be associated with my happier days.  I have got a very pretty place here, and have been laying out a good deal of money very foolishly, for the plan is not my own, in making it prettier still but it will be a Brownlow Hill.  Some day I will send you

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except for gardening but if you care to come over again to us, we would have some days on the hills yet.  Will go & leave you my dear old Friend,

Ever most affly. yrs.

Geo. Macleay

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