Volume 65: Macarthur-Onslow correspondence, 1846-1929: No. 228

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you left this. I hear of Mrs E.C's often [indecipherable] I say that I find [indecipherable] very little changed he is very good & kind to me. Ethel has gone to Bathurst to a Mrs McPhillamy she was at George's school she has a nice horse to ride, & seems quite happy. Now dearest Elizabeth I must end & will I hope send you a longer letter soon if you can tell my dear sister Emmie news of me, as I am not visiting to her now, I am feeling too unwell & weak but tell her I shall soon be better.  

God bless you my dearest Elizt. with love to all around you
Ever believe me your very affect. Cousin 
C. Leslie


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