Volume 65: Macarthur-Onslow correspondence, 1846-1929: No. 073

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not too fat. I have a nice girl for nurse, she is one of Moses Hilder's daughters (her Father lives on the other side of the Camden bridge) her sister lived with Mrs [Fingrumbe?] for a short time. Baby takes up her abode in your Room in the daytime, (we have never used that room for visitors since you left). There is a little fire for her there, & the room looks quite cosy, and I often sit there with my darling in my lap, and think of you, and many a chat may we have together in that room again by & bye. Baby has not been Christened yet. The weather has been so damp and cold that I have been afraid to go to

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