Volume 72: Macarthur family correspondence relating to wine, 1846-1900: No. 159
and pleasant. I am going now to Carlsruhe where I intend to stay but a few days and from thence proceed to Vienna to the end of looking out for some suitable employment and which may allow me to change the sooner the ring of promise I got from your fair compatriot, in the wedding ring.
Pray present my compliments to Mr Bousfield, and call occasionally on Mr. Chr. L. fleischman (Bd. des [indecipherable] 27)
I am dear Sir, with the highest consideration
your's most faithfully
Count Gustavus Euzenberg
(3. Petite Rue Verte)
Paris 2/1 56
P.S. I leave Paris to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock)
If, somehow or other you were to come to Vienna please write a few lines to my man of business Springer who knows my direction, I would be delighted if I could be to you some use.