Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 423
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of Psalms & Anthems had upon his [indecipherable]. It will be a week for I( am afraid before I( can get about. The season has not been a [indecipherable] one for England [indecipherable] has been [indecipherable] disagreeable. My out of door Camellias & Palms, Chamaerops are not damaged in the least.
No word yet of the unfortunate Windsor Castle. I may write off the Tree Ferns, the Crimsons[?] & the [indecipherable] I am afraid. I am very very sorry to have lost them. You are good enough to ask me to do [indecipherable] & ask for him. What can I ask for of him interest to me, more Tree Ferns, more Crimsons more Hippeastrums