Volume 65: Macarthur-Onslow correspondence, 1846-1929: No. 254
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me an overdraft in the Bank, so that I need not so entirely depend upon the fees which are paid so irregularly.
It has always been a hard struggle for me to get on. In Sydney I made a good living for Mother & myself, but I was always so ill & suffering, now that I am so perfectly well, I dread being obliged to give up my mountain home, as I shall be obliged to do if no one will help me over this coming winter. I have good