Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 361

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sure that you will like it.  I only wish that I could hear that you had received it.  Believe me it is not my fault that you have not.  Touching your kind promise of plants to me, please do not hurry yourself or trouble yourself about the matter.  They will all come in due time.  With respect to Moons lot, I suspect that the plants I left in his charge 

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