Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 398
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lodged me higher than my humble capacity had a right to expect. I am however ever grateful to you for your continued kindness, and I have a fond remembrance of your late Brother & Copartner from whom I also received the greatest kindness. I wish to pay you a visit next Tuesday the 18th and unless I hear from you to the contrary I will take it for granted that it will then be convenient for you to receive me.
With best wishes to all at Camden, your very faithful servant, and sincere friend,
My ship The "Australia" sails on the 20th