Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 326
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to say any thing derogatory of you I should break out & then you [indecipherable] excuse to himself to behave badly. I will wait then until you hear from him that he regards the matter as closed, & then if you feel dissatisfied I assuredly will let him know my opinion of his behaviour.
You [indecipherable] me the G's Chamomile [?] I know. You will see what Reichenbach & Williams say of Dend. [indecipherable], as far as I understand them. They write it to be
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paper. So good dear old friend & God bless you.
[indecipherable] yr. affy.