Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 178
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16 Augt. 1868
My Dear Sir Wm. Macarthur,
Allow me to thank you for your very kind letter of the 11th which I received in due course. I am almost ashamed to take advantage of your kind permission and to trouble you so much as I am doing with this unfortunate case against the Govt., and were it not that I can point to the fact that I never before appeared in a court of law either as Plaintiff or Defenant I should be afraid of incurring the character of a litigious man. I will however in this case follow the advice of Sir Wm.