Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 347
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which falls due in Feby.
We are suffering from a severe drought in
may many parts in Riverina. I however being lightly stacked, my runs are not likely to sustain much if any loss. Such is not the case with many who have overstocked their runs.
My eldest son, with his family are spending a year or two in England, and my second son is on his way out with his young wife, I hope he will be here in April. My youngest son is here at present he has an interest with his brother in some stations on the Darling, he as well as my second son are Barristers at law and both took their degrees at Oxford, but neither of them care to