Volume 75: James and William Macarthur business correspondence, 1823-1877: No. 168

You are here


[Page 168]

9 Bridge St  Sydney
30th January  1858

To the
Honble J. Macarthur  M.L.A.
Camden Park

Dear Sir

The receipt of your esteemed favor dated 29th Inst explains the confusion I have been in. All your other favor's have been duly acknowledged. On Wednesday Morng last on my arrival at the office nine o'clock, I found "New" waiting at the Store for me. I ascertained from him the load down consisted of Bacon, and that he had delivered it at "South Peate & Co", "New" ask'd me for a receipt & I requested him to get a receipt from the person where he delivered the Bacon. He told me he was to bring home Tea & Sugar, & supposed from me, I then walk'd up to the Grocers to enquire if they had any letters from you. They did not and appeared surprised at receiving the Bacon

This page has its status set to Ready for review and is no longer transcribable.