Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 219
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not been able to see their progeny yet.
Tell your Brother with my kindest regards that I sent him Mr. Egertons address a few days before I received his last letter asking for it. In case however my letter may have miscarried I enclose it.
We have not had any thing like sufficient rain in the interior. The hollows are not filled, and even the vegetation requires more rain.
With best remembrances to Mrs. & Miss Macarthur,
My dear Sir Wm. Macarthur
Yours very sincerely