Volume 65: Macarthur-Onslow correspondence, 1846-1929: No. 113

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take it with us. This a most common complaint just now, & perhaps you have it already!  Very few are escaping. I am keeping Bessie in bed but many do not take this precaution. I sent your note on to Philip. He hopes to be home soon. He will be glad to get Capt Onslow's letters
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her. She felt leaving the ship very much. I heard from Father to-day Christian has been ailing & she is advised to winter abroad. She goes to Cannes she says she feels more at home there she will have to go to Madame [indecipherable] next summer so she expects nothing but unrest for the next year!

I should not like to have to wander about in this way           


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