Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 446

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something more than [indecipherable] dry weather, as like that of an Australian November can to its land winds are positively [indecipherable] after the gloomy misery of the prolonged winter we had come away from.  A summer of weeks of cold seems to have [indecipherable] from Europe this winter & judging from the temperature we are shining i [indecipherable], this [indecipherable] is still [indecipherable].

My gout & rheumatism both left me at once on getting under the Egyptian sky, but the latest [indecipherable] one of the legion that does not seek dry places, has [indecipherable]

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No end of [indecipherable] & useful things sent out & after [indecipherable] Exhibition [indecipherable].  [indecipherable] has gone back to [indecipherable]

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