Status: Complete

x to him & Mrs Cowper

It has been tolerably fine to day only a few showers.
We return to Middle tomorrow morning

God bless you all

J. M:

&[?] [?] can as Judge Cary thought sufficient
to warrant a judgment in in his favour.
I agree with you that the Melbourne [?] –
[?] is probably more [?]. I am
glad James Bowman is at the House
[?] which will we hope be better for him
in all respects. The wind howls & the rain
beats reminding us of your description of
the weather at Camden. The harvest
has been mostly all got in & promises
to be much better than any we [?]
to hope for, when we left London at
the end of Septr. We met the [?]
at Edinburgh for a few minutes. I do
not know where the G. MacLeays are –
somewhere in the sunny south probably for Winter
quarters. For the present Adieu
as we are going to don our cloaks
&c & sally forth despite the weather
for a bit of exercise – & fresh air

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