Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 263

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in Riverina has been fenced at great expense) any man in possession of £10 may select 40 acres for £10 and in the corner or anywhere in of a paddock leave it unfenced and unstocked and make it a trap to bring the runholders stock to pound, or charge for trespass.  It would be better to give him his land to the extent of 640 acres without the payment of 5/- at a fair moderate rent and require him to fence before he could interfere with the Squatters stock.

With kindest regards

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