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Mrs. Campbell and I are both getting old and all our family are living in England which prevents our returning to the Colonies, which otherwise I would like to do.  I still wish to dispose of all my properties, but in these times it is impracticable to sell except at very great sacrifices.  I fear the Camden pure merinos will have to go to the dry dusty pastures of the Lachlan where I have a large Freehold, if they are not sold.  My son Donald with the Hon. Jas. Graham has power to dispose of all my properties.  I have given my eldest son 2 rams and 10 ewes to try on his Estate in Sussex, and they have just arrived in the Thames.  They will probably be shewn at the coming Exhibition as the unmixed descendants of the

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