Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 233
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with my runs, it was so like his kind hearted actions. I was afraid that he might have injured himself in exerting himself beyond his strength on my account.
Observing that a window is to be erected to his memory in the Camden Church by his friends, I beg to enclose a cheque for £25 and to request you to enrol me as a subscriber amongst them. I shall be glad to hear whether a sufficient sum has been subscribed. I read the funeral sermon by Mr. Tincombe [Tingcombe] with great interest. I trust you will forgive me for not sooner answering your letter, but the fact is I am a bad correspondent, and as there was nothing to communicate I deferred writing from day to day. Besides I have not been altogether well for the last few months: I have been suffering from the liver, and great indigestion,