Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 371

You are here


[Page 371]

[In pencil - 1877]

July 16th


Pendell Court,

My dear old Friend

Let me again, in [indecipherable] condole with you & express my deep regret at such a signal failure as you describe as having attended the St. Osyth envoi.  The trouble taken both in collecting the contents & in packing them was so great & the money they cost was so much, that the result is beyond measure am hoping.  You put up with this vexatious loss in so very admirable a spirit that the [indecipherable] on this side is very miserably embarrassed.  Had you used strong language against Green or against me, we should have been far less disgraced.

The Honble,
Sir W. Macarthur, M.L.C.

This page has its status set to Ready for review and is no longer transcribable.