Volume 65: Macarthur-Onslow correspondence, 1846-1929: No. 142
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he found one which contained the Anemone Iris & Tulip roots many thanks for them. I wrote Sir Wm about some seeds of the "Petunia Regia" which Mrs Mosely has brought out. Mr Moore declined to try & grow them & I thought he might like to have them.
I am sure a moderate income is all I care for - he expects his [indecipherable] about August or Sept & will then go on leave & see what is to be done. I meant to tell you this dear Elizt but now dear Mother is not well & I feel I must wait till all are well again. Give