Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 526

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I hope to be able to send you [indecipherable] as they say here by the [indecipherable] "Chimborazo" but not the Pelargoniums or ferneraceous things as Green declares them

We [indecipherable] nothing but rain & then two people who have [indecipherable] their genes see it rotting before their eyes.  I have not got [indecipherable].  Nothing can be more melancholy than the prospect before the Country.

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