Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 440
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with the same good results as you describe. You will now probably have a succession of [indecipherable] & Camden will wear for a long time its natural beautiful aspect. Thank Heaven, I say.
I am very glad to find that A.V. has come to a sense of propriety tho after all from the [indecipherable] in charge he is but indifferent honest. I am glad however that there is no [indecipherable] him. I sent on your note to Green today & forward one I got from him this morning which may interest you. The [indecipherable] attended to are of course yours, and