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of lambs deducting the deaths in consideration of their large number, we also allowed for expences of [indecipherable] and a Balance of about £40. was declared due to Mr. Scott. I have also an order upon Mr. Burr for any Sums w.h may become due upon Wool sent to England for Years 1829 to 1830, 1/3d Per lb. Mr H. claims : and he will be entitled to 1/3 of proceeds of 2 Bales of Lamb's Wool now at Church Hill.-

The Sheep being in such good condition, and provisions being cheap, while wool bears value, I think it will 

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