Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 560
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The out door Garden such as new planted Shrubs &c all seem to look well, I have not as yet been able to finish planting the new Rock work but hope to in a few days.
I could not meet with Mr Carruthers until Wednesday last. I learn[ed] from him that he has found the Oak timber for panelling, but is rather doubtful if it will quite answer the purpose & he tells me the work is progressing favourably towards being finished by the end of May.
I am Sir Geo
your Obedient Servant
P.S. Major Macleay has written to Mrs Quinn about 2 Cows which are sent over