Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 438

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36, Holland Park,
London, W.
27 Nov. 1885

My dear Mrs. Onslow,

I received your kind letter of the 15th ult. a few days ago, and was truly glad to hear that you were all so well.  The Epidemic which you refer to has I hear been common to Melbourne as well as to Sydney.  I hope it will have passed away without very serious losses.  The scarcity of domestic servants is a most serious matter to families resident in the Colonies, and I do not see how it is to be obviated except by immigration which the "manhood electors" are not likely to sanction.

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My wife joins in best wishes and kindest regards to you and to all of yours,

Yours very sincerely

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