Volume 65: Macarthur-Onslow correspondence, 1846-1929: No. 248

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he has been ill a week & up to this morning has no very severe symptoms. We sent up a nurse on Thursday Evening with whom they seem much pleased & it is a great relief to poor Lizzie who was nursing him he is very patient & of quiet mind & takes his nourishment & has very fair nights - in fact this morning the Telegram is "of good night - nurse very satisfactory" his mouth very sore poor boy.

I have had a cold for a 

a Solicitor Bowden & Smith I think I have not seen her - then Mary Brridge on the 6th may at Goulburn - our going to either must depend on our news from our dear ones - Mary W. goes to Goulburn on the 2nd May

I am writing Saty night you won't get it till Monday but it will take you our latest and for we cannot [indecipherable] With love to your home circle believe me
Very affly yours
E. King     


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