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Double Bay.

My dear Elizabeth 

I was glad to hear of you from Philip this week - and that Miss Woolley was better. I now enclose you by Emls request a note just received from her which will tell you all her news. She regrets very much Eml &  [indecipherable] leaving Bournemouth. She will miss them she seems in much doubt about their movements a pity his Regt is to be under canvass the coming Summer for she will not leave him

& treats her  like a young child but really most young children understand better even before they have learn't to speak. You are very busy! The addition to the House will be a great improvement you wanted more [indecipherable] will be a great amusement to the young people & old too I fancy     


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