Volume 65: Macarthur-Onslow correspondence, 1846-1929: No. 097
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thankful for our individual blessings [indecipherable] in the assurance that he does all things well for his believing and trusting people.
We paid a short visit to [indecipherable] this week. The weather has been very trying but we have a nice change today a Southerly wind I hope we may have a little [indecipherable]. My garden looks miserable the sand burns everything.
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William. I hope they are better. With very much love to you both
Believe me dear Eliz
12th Jany 1874