Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 449
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I shall be only glad if I can be of any service on your arrival in England.
I saw Lady McArthur at Sir Charles Nicholsons garden party, but was not introduced.
36, Holland Park,
24 Sept. 86
My dear Mrs. Onslow,
I had much pleasure in the receipt of your kind letter of the 9th July last, and I hope the good general rain will enable you to carry out your plans of coming to England for the education of your dear children, as really that is of greater importance than any pecuniary matter that might be affected by your absence. With Mr. Kings superintendence and a steady trustworthy manager to carry out his instructions things should not suffer when you are in England.
You cannot do better with the