Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 148

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proprietor to superintend the many expensive improvements absolutely required - at least I would be sorry to send a Superintendent to undertake such expensive work in a country of this character.  Many of those parties who have lately got Crown Land gazetted to them can never either hold or work them."

I specially requested Mr. Jamieson who is a very old friend to give me his candid opinion of the dry country in question, I had formed nearly the same opinions myself, but I had not actual

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