SIR JAMES BROOKE, K.C.B. . 107
^gentlemanly place, and the best thing they could do would be to shove Table Mountain over Cape Town.
Our family is now right, and I doubt not our domestic affairs will proceed better. Had I-regained he would have greatly injured the feeling aWrd.
God bless you. Two letters I have already written. Kind regards to Priors, and all friends.
Tell Palmes I have seen his friends the N--s,
who have been very polite.
No. 7. John C. Templer, Esq.
TU- Anger Road, May 14, 1839.
A few lines by a snap opportunity to say that We arrived here yesterday, and this will be carried by a Vessel just come into the roads.
I have been unwell a ill a and am yet debilitated an(j weak5 improving daily ; the change of especially the acquisition of eggs and fowls is a psat relief. From Singapore you shall hear more at ^ ge. Let them know either at Lackington,* or S. ^rAom,* the receipt of thisanot about the sickness. arewell, my friend, and believe me,
Yours very affectionately,
J. Brooke. * The residences of his mother and sister.
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