Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 188
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35, Hyde Park Gardens, W.
June 18th [In pencil - 1869?]
My dear Friend
I was delighted to see your hand writing again. Your letter however arrived too late to enable me to answer it by the last mail & I am prevented from doing so now in any decent manner by the unpleasant fact that I am unable to sit upright for more than a few minutes at a
Sir William Macarthur
to do in four or 5 days time. The desires are my kindest regards to you & love to Mrs Macarthur & Elizabeth in which I give from my heart & begging you to excuse a shabby letter.
Your most sincere friend
Your brother Edward is getting very old in a [indecipherable] manner.