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a share in a station on the Darling with his brother, and I doubt whether it would be advisable for him to follow his profession, as from the great rise in the price of wool I shall be able providentially to make a sufficient provision for him and the other members of my family.  We are having another fine season in Riverina and the speculations I made in stations within the last 2½ years have turned out most profitable.  My youngest son "Donald" has gone to Oxford and was reading there for his

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