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in engaging an Overseer who promises to behave well, I think that to sell now at present prices, especially as nearly all this years' supplies have been obtained, would be acting without discretion.  Mr. Scott too, stipulates for ready money in which case the sheep would most probably not bring much more than the wool of next season will produce, if prices continue going 

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