Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 247

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My second son Allan is still at Oxford, and from all accounts getting on very well.  We feel much indebted to Sir Chs. Nicholson for his great kindness to him.  He was on the eve of starting on a tour to Norway during the Autumn Vacation when we last heard from him.  My youngest son is studying at the University here, and will probably become a squatter in a year or two.  And my eldest son is farming one of my properties near Sandhurst, he married Miss Clara Champ and has now a little daughter.  And my eldest daughter, Mrs. Wilson has a son and two daughters, she lives on the Wimmera.  Contrary to my intention I have extended this letter to greater length than I thought I would.  I trust 

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