Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 225
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Jany 7, 1874
My dear old friend
Our letters of farewell must have crossed. I am just as well pleased however that I had not received yours when I wrote mine for I was sorry enough when I dispatched it & needed no increase of the feeling which accompanies parting words even in writing between two
Sir William Macarthur M.L.C.
change. We expect to be in "The Sound" tomorrow by daylight.
With kindest love to all the dear ones around you. I am [indecipherable] my very dear friend
I will write to dear Elizabeth from Galle.