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cannot be wasted for Church & School - and if it be your desire, my Father will give up four or five hundred Acres on the East side of Upper Camden next the Nepean, which is the proper place for a Bridge, and near a crowded population whereas, it is well known, that Mr Oxley has fixed the spot for the Bridge next his own boundary line for his [indecipherable] convenience, by wh the Publik will be taken many miles out of their way, and must cross steep ridges at the back of my Father's Estate that no wheel carriage can ascent, whereas if the bridge be placed where it ought, many miles may be saved and the road be carried through a country nearly level. - All this Sir Thomas knew before - He told me he should be happy to see me on his return to Parramatta and that I might rely upon my interest being 

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