Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 527

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[Page 527]

July 8

Pendell Court,

My dear old Friend

A few hours after my letter of the 4th had been sent off to the Post I received notice of the arrival at my Station of your two parcel packages.  They were sent per [indecipherable] & when opened revealed the very pleasant fact

The Honble.
Sir William Macarthur

[In left margin]

at large.  Poor [indecipherable] Dumaresq who appeared to be doing so well as to excite [indecipherable] in his Doctors, has had a relapse & is now very ill.  I have despaired of him all along.  It is a sad [indecipherable] loss with his young wife.

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