Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 446

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in England next year.  I have no doubt but James is in good hands while he is with Mr. Wiegall, [Weigall] but his alternate step will properly be the to a University in the old country.  I sent two of my sons to Oxford where they took their degrees, and were afterwards called to the Bar, but neither of them have followed their profession, although if they required to earn a livelihood by it, they would doubtless do so, but I feel that a good education has not been

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