Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 363
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well, the Doryanthes beginning to finish. I am making a large Fernery and [indecipherable] large masses of Platyclinia gigas. Perhaps Moore could send me two or three by the St. Osyth. I wd. send him Ferns in return.
Sinclair is now a Father. I tell him that he ought to be ashamed of himself but he seems quite proud of being a Father, such is his weakness of