Volume 65: Macarthur-Onslow correspondence, 1846-1929: No. 095

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My dear Elizabeth

Many thanks for your kind note. We had seen an account of the sad event at Camden in the paper & we felt very sorry on all accounts as we knew how much it would shock & grieve you all. The unfortunate Boyd must have been mad at the Service his poor wife was to feel it very much   
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[indecipherable] is here & will stay for some time. She looks very thin & pale. I have not heard yet what poor Mary's (Launceston) plans are for the future. Charles & I have wanted her to come to NSWales 
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