Volume 65: Macarthur-Onslow correspondence, 1846-1929: No. 050

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13 Bridge Street
Thursday Evening 

My dear Missy

Many thanks for your nice long letter. It is much better written than the one before perhaps it was because you wrote it your own room & had nothing to distract you. I would very much like to see your room now that you have
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[indecipherable] so fond of him. He would be a nice little play thing for you at London. I am glad to hear that you are so kind as to have Tommy [indecipherable] his Mother & Father are very much pleased I dare say. How does old Mr [indecipherable] get on. I am glad to hear that       

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