Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 275
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It is gratifying to find that you have had such good returns from your flock at Camden. I have always thought that sheepfarming there would pay better than any thing else.
I have heard from the Lachlan this morning and I regret to say that my loss is much more than I thought it was. I fear I will have a deficiency of about 9000
all chiefly through mismanagement, but I must hope for better luck of which I have had a fair share of late.