Volume 65: Macarthur-Onslow correspondence, 1846-1929: No. 225

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1st Augt 1888

The [indecipherable] North Shore 

My dearest Elizabeth

Since I was ill my memory is so bad that I cannot remember if I ever answered your very kind & interesting letter -  since which I have heard from Libby that your boy Arthur was ill, I am very sorry to hear this, for, I know it will make you anxious about him. This cannot be a long letter, indeed, I think I have answered your letter to me if not you must excuse me for sending this? but I do not like to answer letters when  


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