Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 451
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and probably it will continue to rise a good deal more. Wool will be a safe thing to grow, and I think you would be right to increase your flock at Camden. I suppose the sheep are healthy. It may however be well to give them rock salt, as on most runs on the eastern waters sheep require salt, to save them from fluke, worm, &c.
Hundreds of Australians in London are placed on the list of "distinguished visitors" in connection with the Exhibition, and are being feasted every where. I was told that I might have myself upon that list, but I declined. I fear the list includes a very mixed lot. I know that but few of the Victorians were admissable to the Melbourne Club. Of the New South Welshmen I know less, but I fear generally the specimens have not been a fair sample of the