Volume 65: Macarthur-Onslow correspondence, 1846-1929: No. 259
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Dear Mrs Onslow
I received your very kind note I had begun to think you were vexed with me for writing so I cannot tell you what a relief your letter was to me. I sent you a telegram today to
that I cannot see you to explain my position but I did not like to go unexpectedly as i did not know how to get to Camden Park.
Please [indecipherable] hurried note with grateful thanks for your expressions of kindly feelings.
Yours very truly
M L MacArthur