Letter apologising if offence given by remarks made about the planting of Pembroke Leys, 1806-08-01
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No addressee given but sent to William Frere (as Fellow involved in planting). Annesley writes: whatever I said I'm sure I was too cautious of saying anything disrespectful of any one of my Fellows..' This letter is written in reply to Frere's letter of 29 July 1806.
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