Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 407
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of it. A million thanks for sending me Fitzgeralds fine work. I shall enjoy those 4 hrs. immensely. How many more are there to be. I see by the way that Mrs. Forde is [indecipherable] & that it is [indecipherable] a drawing of D.Sumneria one of those vars. of Bigibbum. Send me please a drawing of your Sumneria. I should like this uncertainty to be cleared up. I do hope that you are now having a good Spring and oh what a charming thing a good Spring in your happy land is. And now, I have put it off to the last, let me express my sincere sympathy with you all at the sorrow that probably by this time fallen on poor Chisholm & yourselves. I am very very sorry for him poor Fellow. These are to be pitied who are left behind. With much love & much sympathy for you all.
Frm. yr. attached old friend