Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 022
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forward, that we cannot help feeling alarmed for Mirvale & Maide too as you & I start in a few days for my wool fattening. I go down often to Sydney for Wednesday C.C. more absurd motions making it improvisation & there I will [indecipherable] all I can. I must [indecipherable] then [indecipherable]. Now as to yr German companion I found him out tho' he had changed his house. I have given a plan to B. for his Table. The woods are not yet dry enough for veneering.