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are blessed or cursed with English Laws, English Judges, English lawyers, Rights of passes & freedom or licentiousness of the Press. 

About 300,000 acres of land have been located in some instances to some very intelligent men who see too plainly tillage is not the course they ought to pursue & who do not intend to comply with that absurd regulation of the Gov.t. Inquiry from what I have seen & from Dr Wilson's report of his tour from K.Geo Sound w.h the L.t Gov.r has rec.d, I have no doubt that for fine wool sheep & those alone grazing them will repay, especially if they are procured from Sydney where they are cheaper than in Eng.d & from whence the freight is lighter & the passage shorter. They have now about 1000 but of indifferent qualities & as to no Peel

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