Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 068
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else. He waged well [indecipherable] & dilated.
I have barely time to write even the shortest notes to those who have a right to expect to hear form me, so I will ask you to kindly apologise to dear Elizabeth & Arthur for my apparent neglect of them. Tell William I got his kind letter last mail & that I will write him a long letter next month. There had been his [indecipherable] & not expect to do so tomorrow. By the way, tell him that
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