Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 234
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The disease exhibited itself in copper coloured spots on the skin. I am now however comparatively well, and intend visiting my station on the Murrimbidgee in a day or two, when they are in the middle of the shearing.
I would have left town earlier but the difficulty between the two Houses of Parliament on the Supply Bill detained me. As we are to have a Prorogation I shall have time to be back before any thing more is done.
We are having a very fine season in Riverina, which will make up for the two or three bad ones which we have gone through.
I have fenced my runs and am now subdividing them, the cost is heavy, but saving in Shepherds will soon make up for it.