Volume 75: James and William Macarthur business correspondence, 1823-1877: No. 024

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We confess that we were not a little disappointed at finding that the Wool from Mr Bowman's flocks was sent elsewhere in the past season as we think our position as creditors disposed to act a friendly part should have entitled us to this better advantage attached to its consignment; and we do trust that another year this will be considered, as it was in fact the very basis on which our agreement to make Mr Bowman the advances that we did was formalised - We need scarcely say that the proceeds of such consignments would be strictly applied by us in accordance with whatever instructions might accompany it, although was last year felt ourselves bound to refuse the drafts drawn upon us in direct opposition to the conditions of an existing agreement; and

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