Volume 65: Macarthur-Onslow correspondence, 1846-1929: No. 031
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the leg. Sitting pains him. I think it will be better if he has a bed room down stairs but he rather objects. I will write again tomorrow about this or it will do when he comes home Dr Alleyne has promised to speak to him about the impropriety of his attempting to walk up & down stairs.
He has two Drs by an accident. There is no cause whatever for anxiety.
Emmeline W. returns with me, to stay till Monday.
Susan & Ivy who both look wretchedly ill are talking