Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 077
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but chiefly to see Mr. Macarthur of whom they had heard so much. Poor Capt. Cameron was down here on sick leave and was returning to India to report himself, with the view of getting an extension of leave so as to allow him to revisit Europe where he intends trying the water cure at Malvern.
Regarding the parties annoying you about the horses, I must tell you in confidence that Mr. Bow is considered to be connected with Simson who was considered to be connected with Yuille in
and the notorious "flying Buck" affair, and that our sporting character has not improved through the doings of these individuals. I must also tell you confidentially that Mr. Chambers who is your legal adviser here does not bear the
[Flying Buck was a racehorse]