Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 113
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implements are beginning to attract the attention they deserve. I have seen one here, which I am to take to London processed in a cave in connection with the bones of the Pygmy Elephant recently discovered. An Elephant about the size of the Indian Ox. I am going to dig in the principal cave tomorrow. Did I mention that some most interesting excavation had been lately made at Keiss. I will send you out an account of the same. We have the bones & implements of men there who were in the [indecipherable] Slate Mine ]?]. The Aborigines of New Holland now [indecipherable].
I have just returned from seeing Arthur Onslow off. God grant that he may come to you in good health & find you all at Camden so too. I am looking forward with some anxiety for the intelligence of the arrival of your Brother here [indecipherable] & Elizabeth. Give our kind love to them all & we both send to you I am
[indecipherable] yr. most sincere friend