Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 512

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well;  I mention them in detail as I know you take a warm interest in them all.

I overlooked that you were leaving so soon, otherwise I wd. have done myself the pleasure of seeing you off.  If I can be of any service to assist Miss Bent I wd. only be too happy to do so;  I have written to her to that effect.  I hope the dear boys will come to see us here.

I hope the voyage will complete the care of your relaxed throat, and that you will find things right at Camden, and that you will have a good passage home.

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