Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 395

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Pendell court,
Aug. 17 [in pencil - 1877]

My dear Friend

Tis a wonder this mail has brought me no letter form you.  You are so regular in yr. communications that I miss it, tho I was not looking for instructions or any other special matter form you.  I have heard however from Arthur so I know luckily that your silence is not owing to sickness.  By the Chimbarago which sailed about 16 days ago, Green dispatched to your address

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

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say that I attribute a great deal, the large portion in that of my joint success in life to my happy association with yourself & your dear Brother.  God bless you dear old friend.  It was a most happy & fortunate day that took me to your neighbourhood.

Yrs [indecipherable]

Geo: Macleay

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