Volume 65: Macarthur-Onslow correspondence, 1846-1929: No. 484
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This would be almost equivalent to reimbursing the capital, to say nothing paying interest on the outlay.
In the following years of course there would only be the working ex-penses, except the increase in the shed accomodation for the worms, while the yield would large-ly increase as the trees matured.
I might not of course get this exact area under trees in the period stated, as everything depends on what start I can get with plants [indecipherable], but I have taken this a a fair estimate of what may be done.
I will not say more [indecipherable], but shall be most happy to further go into details at any time you may appoint should. I have been fortunate enough to have interested you in the matter
I am _ dear sir
C. F. Lindeman Esq