Volume 63: Lady Parker and Sir H. Watson Parker papers, 1829-1889: No. 143
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Richmond. S.W. Sept. 26th
My dearest Brother.
I was much in hopes that we should have heard from you by this month's mail, but as the letters from Australia have now arrived, and there are none amongst them for me, we must content ourselves with second hand information and say truly do we rejoice in the good accounts [indecipherable] conveyed to us. The prospects of the Colony are I am thankful to hear generally improving
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nothing very particular to say [indecipherable] and having delayed writing until this last day, I do so now rather hurriedly in order to [indecipherable] the [indecipherable] mail. Henry [indecipherable] with me in fondest love to you all [indecipherable] Beloved Brother
Yr Affect. Sister