Volume 72: Macarthur family correspondence relating to wine, 1846-1900: No. 126
You will now have all the data for calculating what prices ought to be charged obtain the original cost net, and I shall be very much obliged if you would communicate them to me at your earliest convenience.
With respect to the wine to be forwarded hither will you be good enough to [indecipherable] that the packages may be addressed to "[indecipherable] Joubert" as I wrote to you from Bordeaux.
But please to cancel the lists of kinds to be sent, and in the place of it to substitute the one inserted on the adjoining leaf.
It is possible that hereafter other wine may be required to be transmitted to the Continent, but what I now specify comprises all respecting which it is in my power to give instructions now The sooner it is dispatched the better and I should be thankful if you will [cause?] me to be advised when it is forwarded.