Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 029
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with the physiognomical fashions of the Season. The worst however is that the muscles of my legs are so sore that I feel as if foundered. They are however I am glad to say recovering their natural tone today I think. All this about myself! I mention it to show that the heat of the weather alone is not the cause of my mask of promise.
You found I hope all the packing up work finished when you reached Sydney, so that in ad[dition]