Volume 65: Macarthur-Onslow correspondence, 1846-1929: No. 281
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By doing this I should be relieved of my present painful anxiety, which at times really renders me unfit for the duty of daily life and I would give the time to establish the school perfectly, I am sure it will prove a success if I have only the time & means to carry it out this year. I cannot bear to keep people waiting for their money when they may need it as much as I do to meet their engagements - and if I must lose my credit in any case - there is nothing to be gained by incurring new liability - and obligation by borrowing this £200 under the given conditions.