Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 519
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12, Stratton Street,
My dear old Friend
A sight of your handwriting was indeed [indecipherable] for sore eyes & so now are all the better in consequence.
You must not however [indecipherable] my gratitude by this shabby note. I have not been very well and have lost the
Sir William Macarthur
[In left margin]
that we may meet again before the end of the year & if so I need not say what pleasure it will afford me, not only to see all the family you have been creating around you, but to visit with you & some of our old haunts in the [indecipherable].
I am yrs affy