Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 363
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Wagga Wagga in about a fortnight. Mr. Kings agent at Wagga will advise you by telegram when they leave there.
If it meets your approval I would prefer retaining an interest in the small flock, by which I wd. have one third of them and their increase, you to have two thirds and all the wool. In this way rams could be exchanged as wanted. It should be understood that neither of us should sell any of the females. I have never sold any. Should Camden not suit them I will be glad to take them all back at my own expense. It would destroy their value if they were scattered into many flocks.
Excuse haste. Ever yours,
I enclose description.