Volume 66: Macarthur family correspondence relating to land, 1819-1881: No. 110

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many years struggled to attain.

Should Your Excellency be pleased to sanction the proposed arrangement, I would cheerfully allow for the expense of the fences and buildings, that have been erected; and as the quantity of land somewhat exceeds what I am strictly entitled to, perhaps Your Excellency may not object, to accept payment for the surplus, in Stock for the improvement of the public herds & flocks.

I have the honor to remain,
With great respect,
Your faithful humble Servant,
Jno. Macarthur.

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