Volume 65: Macarthur-Onslow correspondence, 1846-1929: No. 079

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nice work making clothes for her and I like pretty patterns to guide my taste in making for her. Mary Cooke helped me to select what I now have and some of them are so pretty, a good deal of work in them, but as I do the most particular parts myself it does not signify. Thank you for the jacket you sent me with Uncle [indecipherable] robes, it will be nice for the Winter evenings.

We enjoy reading your journal so much, that I hope you will continue  

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