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Portia at May 17, 2024 03:42 AM

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Christian is still considered to be not strong
enough for his Regt (by military medical boards)
but I think by 1st Augt when leave expires he
will be able to rejoin. – Vigant is here now
for a few days and looks very well

He finds Portand dull but healthful –
Dear Bessie I hear from Miss Best that
Jack is learning Rugby & wants to join you
I dont wonder!! but your old George will
feel rather jealous till you all come back
I did not hear of Lady McA's death till
after she was buried and then quite in
a casual way – I have not been visiting
at all – It must have been very sudden
I was there some weeks before & went up &
saw Miss Smith but who said that
perhaps Lady Mc would know my voice
but she happened to be sleeping so I did
not see her –

Sir G McLeays death seems also to have
been sudden – after his return – and I do
not doubt it was Infuenza – for that very
mysterious (so called) illness is much more
a fever than any thing else. People
have it severely without any ordinary cold

FL7428326

Christian is still considered to be not strong
enough for his Regt (by military medical boards)
but I think by 1st Augt when leave expires he
will be able to rejoin. - Vigant is here now
for a few days and looks very well

He finds Portand dull but healthful -
Dear Bessie I hear from Miss Best that
Jack is learning Rugby & wants to join you
I dont wonder !! but your old George will
feel rather jealous till you all come back
I did not hear of Lady McA's death till
after she was buried and then quite in
a casual way - I have not been visiting
at all - It must have been very sudden
I was there some weeks before & went up &
saw Miss Smith but who said that
perhaps Lady Mc would know my voice
but she happened to be sleeping so I did
not see her -

Sir G W says death seems also to have
been sudden - after his return - and I do
not doubt it was Infuenza - for that any
mysterious (so called) illness is much more
a fever than any thing else. People
have it severly without any ordinary cold