Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 079
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I went to the city to speak to [indecipherable] on the subject. His note to me on the following day I enclose. I cannot help thinking that they will turn up somewhere in yr. own ship. In the troublesomeness consequent upon the colusion I can easily imagine that they were stowed away when they ought not to have been. I trust that you have got them & that the contents are now safe at the [indecipherable] How very truly you will be in garden [indecipherable] & every thing [indecipherable] for a year to come. Wretchedly idle as I am I almost envy you this work, at least I think I do I am glad your cows got safe.
Yr. Brother & the Ladies as you will now from him
now that you wd. be as ready with your [indecipherable] as I should be.
Barbara sends you her very kindest regards. She is far well well [indecipherable] now.
I wish every best wish from myself, I remain
Yr. very sincere friend