Volume 65: Macarthur-Onslow correspondence, 1846-1929: No. 051

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arranged it to you own taste. I daresay your little [indecipherable] looks very nice in those & Mama's rooms [indecipherable] without it. I suppose you were very lonely at first when you I hope in the room by yourself but you will soon get used to it. I was very sorry to hear of your loss at the aviary & I am sorry to say I have been very unfortunate 
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your xxxxx  looking.        I will come up to see your nice room at some  day but not just now at present I am quite a cripple.      I have not been out side the door            it is as I can to

I have got this Rheumatism in my hip very bad.  I cant

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