Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 386
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We are also discussing an amended Land Tax Bill which would not amend our present iniquitious tax.
When these two questions are disposed of I intend taking a run to pay you a visit. My son Donald spent a few days in Sydney on his return from a trip to N. Zealand. He called at the Club on Capt Onslow, but did not see him. I am trying to sell my property here, in which case I may retire to the old world where communism is not so rank as it is here. With kind regards to Capt. & Mrs Onslow.
Yours very truly and respectfully