Volume 72: Macarthur family correspondence relating to wine, 1846-1900: No. 145

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Camden, 14 th Nov. 1855

My dear Sir,
[indecipherable] three puncheons which were
racked off 1 remained in our cellar from the [same?]
large cask as your two Hhds. One of the three
was quite settled & bright, the
second a little cloudy, and the third a good
deal so.  The day before yesterday about
half a pint of ordinary isinglass finings
was put into the latter two casks & this
morning they are both beautifully

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