Clarendon Farm.

Dear Thomas.
Roland Edwards is going down to Sydney to-morrow morning and if he has got room in his Cart, I shall be glad if you will send the Rabbits up by him as I long to have the breed of them once more. I have got all their yards in readeness. If you cannot send them up by Edwards, you will oblige me very m[uch?] by sending them by the first Cart [indecipherable] is coming up to the Hawkesbury, and tell the man he shall be paid for his trouble. Be so good as to write a note by Edwards, if he cannot bring them up, and inform us if possible when you think you shall be able to send them. Tell me by your letter if Samuel likes his Pidgeons; and if you have

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