Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 589

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and intelligent gardener, Green, did the honors in your absence in a measure that could not be surpassed, & I was very much interested in what I saw.  Your new Irises [?] will I am sure far more than repay their cost by the pleasure they will give - & when the plants have had time to take to their new abodes, which I am convinced they require as much as do human beings, they will show their gratitude.  Thanking you for allowing me to see the garden, 

I am yours very truly 
Trevor Laurence

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