Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 170
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grass seeds and weeds than cattle, still I would have a proportion of cattle to eat down the long rank tussock grass in the bush lands as well as the sheep; when I say that you should lose no time in buying sheep, I believe
foreseen that sheep will rise in price, in consequence of the general loss.
You are aware of the result of my case against the Queen, and of the judgment given by their Honors Mr. Chief Justice Stephen & Mr. Justice Wise. I think they drew a wrong conclusion from the term "adjusted" being used in the heading of the notice