Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 138
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have only limited means of their own, I intend sounding McIntyre whether he could undertake to form stations for me; as I think his Brother may manage their own affairs without him.
Let me hear your views upon what I have written, I do not think that much time should be lost in initiating a movment, if it is to be made, as of course "first come first served" and the last will have to go the farthest, at present McIntyre says there is plenty of good country ready to be taken up.
My case against the Queen has been put off until next term which will commence the 29 Feb. next. I am not in a [indecipherable]