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some of my omissions of yesterday.

First - I think the changes you describe in the
Tenantry will be great improvements all of them
We sympathise with poor Malray & hope he is
better. We are glad to hear good tidings of
honest Scully, & hope more suitable permanent
berth may be found for him in our
neighbourhood. Remember us all kindly to
every one of the old hands – amongst whom
I include Scully of course. We hope Sanderson
is settled on his own ground, & that you have
a more active & manageable person in his
place. I cannot write to Mr Ingcombe
till next mail. I will then enclose my letter
open to you – so that you may read it & be
aware of what I write. The conduct of judicious
Clergymen here is so opposite to what you
describe, in being that a little detail of what I have
seen may not be unserviceable. Poor man
it is very unfortunate that he should so
perpetually stir up strife by his assumption
of priestly authority. I fear his mind & health
are both giving way from your account of
him. It is a great pity – His Wife too
unfortunately does him no good. I will

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