Letterbook of Joseph Vernon Bussell Containing Two Letters to Capel Carter 22 December 1832

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I hope we shall not for I have formed a regular attachment to it, having seen it gradually improve, the forest by degrees leveling to the ground, a good garden rising paths made to the most frequented parts instead of the thick Jungle that used to be and a good well of water & considering all this and that it is the work of our own hands you will not wonder at the attachment. I think now I have told you all the news of the Blackwood. When are we to be joined by the rest of our family? it seems as if the time is never to arrive, it is now three years and a half since we parted, who would (have [Page 23]