Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 097
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a place you will recollect, & to which I hope to return with my wife, who has been a good deal shaken up by going to & fro between London & [indecipherable] in attendance upon my poor dear Sister [indecipherable] in a few days. Under any circumstances soon to have come up to his goodbye to your Brother James your Sister & Elizabeth, who are to us as you may imagine, as dear as blood relations, dearer in fact than many of mine [indecipherable] at [indecipherable] with them, but it is clear that they ought to go & that they will be all the happier for going, so [indecipherable] try to reconcile ourselves to their departure.