Diary of Frances Louisa Bussell 3 - 16 November 1833

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in all the splendour of one of our lovely summer evenings. Yesterday afternoon refreshed by a day of rest they started again our eatables are safely stowed in a little room adjoining Mr Dawson's under lock and key Captain Molloy sleeps there every night he will not hear of my going there alone. Yesterday Herring & a soldier brought up your case and Mr Green assisted me in unpacking it The cuttings are deposited in Captain Molloy's garden The fig cuttings are very good indeed the vines [Page 14]