Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 183
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and now goodbye my good fellow. With our affectionate regards to you & all at Camden Park,
John Veitch is at Hyams again for the winter, better than he was his brother tells me. Oh, I had nearly forgotten one matter about which I wished to write to you. Will you broadly consult with Barton what is but to be done with the land I gave to the Church behind Brownlow Hill for the benefit of the Church of the district?