Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 478
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of this collection came out in [indecipherable] conditions. The [indecipherable] by the way came in a few days [indecipherable] after a previous time [indecipherable] of 28 days only buying in a case from Moon, very good things indeed from this list for to order, but I have not yet got possession of it. I hope to send you by this same Boat a collection of some things that may be welcome, but Green is very busy just now with his Hay. In spite of all evil prophesies I hope to get almost 50
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Elizabeth has got [indecipherable] trouble well. I wish that I could [indecipherable] & see you all again. Now good bye & God bless you. [indecipherable] dear Elizabeth.
Very affy. yrs.