Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 204
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and made only to you & your Brother.
I send you a copy of the "Economist" in which you will see a letter from Mr. Shaw in which he takes Mr. McKnight very properly to task, for having written that the Camden flock were without the benefit of selection. McKnight has I fear little skill himself, and his object to write up his sheep is apt to cause a reaction against them. I have studiously avoided writing any thing on the subject.
I hope to hear that you have a good flock of sheep at Camden. I am sure that a crop of lambs and the fleece, would pay well