Volume 65: Macarthur-Onslow correspondence, 1846-1929: No. 080

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it, when you are travelling. By this time I suppose you have left England. Do send me some sketches of your travels if you can manage it. How much you will be pleased with what you see, I quite envy you, and wish we could be with you. I am sure Uncle W's heart is with you, and if he could only see his way clearly, I don't I think he would hesitate to join you in England, but the floods and the great losses he has sustained during the past year, has so tied his hands in money matters, that he seems afraid to venture. I trust

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