Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 343
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to take a trip this far, I need not say you would be greatly welcome.
I have been dreadfully busy of late. I opposed a line of Railway which the Minister of Railways had carried by a large majority in the Assembly, and by evidence taken at the bar of the Council I proved my case so clearly that the Government Representation in the Council allowed my amendment to pass without venturing to call for a division.