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Brighton
Victoria
18 June 1875

My dear Sir William,

It is a long time since I have written to you, and it is longer since I had the pleasure of a letter from you.  I know however that your time is so much taken up day after day that you have little time to spare and that business matters must occupy your time very fully.  It find it as much as I can do in to write my business letters, and in now writing to you I must admit that a matter of business leads me to do so, viz, on the matter of the Land Bill now before your L. Council on which I beg to request your attention to several alterations which I have to suggest.  I feel very strongly on the absurd right of the temporary 

 

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