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grazing right, and the want of an obligation to fence in a selection before any right to impound is given to the Selector.  As a "Quid pro quo" I would increase the area to 1280 acres.  In Victoria no Selector can impound until he fences.  I feel I am tresspassing on your patience, but I have no doubt it is your wish to make proper laws for the good of your country, & I am sure your kind friend Mr. Dean Thomson also feels it a duty to amend the law for the permanent prosperity of the country, but neither of you may have practical knowledge of the evils of the existing law, and which the Land Bill as passed by the Assembly only continues.  The same rotten principle is carried out.  The only material alteration is the definition of the age of a Selector, but this is immaterial compared to the 

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