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Brie Royal Race Alexandria

Decr. 19 - 1853

Mr J.P.Ingledew.

Dear Sir

I am in receipt of yours with inclosure which will be handed to Wood today. I regret you have suffered so much from the negligence of the crew of the steamer yet I trust its effects you will recover from shortly, we have had equally as beautiful weather here since your departure. In the course of a day or two I will be ready for sea. Your worthy friend Mr Sutherland desires to be remembered to you & sympathises with you for loss of company at Cairo. On your return to England shall be glad to hear or see you at anytime. My address is 12 Fowler Street So. Shields. Should you remain in Egypt if you communicate with either Wood or Mr Agirres leaving your address. On my return I can write to you - Accept our sincere well wishes for your recovery and now Commending you to him that is mighty in power & a Physician for the sick, I bid you an affectionate farewell - while I have the honour Dear Sir to remain yours truly

William Jacks.