Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 425

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a hard working Squatter has been ruined by it.  I hope a few good seasons may follow.  The low prices of wool, cotton, iron &c. is trying to many manufacturers & farmers here, and landholders must eventually suffer, as the large importations of butchers meat will reduce prices.  We are trying Australian frozen mutton and find it fairly good and about 2/3ds the price of home bred.

With kindest regards to all of you, and with the hope of hearing soon from you, I remain,

Yours very sincerely
W. Campbell

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