Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 303
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He is now with his brother Finley on a visit to their stations on the Darling. My second daughter returned from England a few months ago with her husband & family and my youngest son Donald is still at Oxford. My grandchildren number 21 now, and are all well and healthy.
I still hold my stations but am so disgusted with the disagreeable feeling of insecurity of tenure, and dread of selection that I am much disposed to sell out what have been profitable investments; thanks to good seasons and good prices.
I beg to be kindly remembered to Mrs. Macarthur & Mrs. Onslow &c, and I remain,
Very sincerely yours
A few lines from you will be thankfully received.