Volume 72: Macarthur family correspondence relating to wine, 1846-1900: No. 197
by Cockburn & Campbell of the arrival of the wine, say that they can manage the transhipment at little expense. without incurring duty, and not withstanding your good offer to manage it for Hodgson, & thereby save com: besides extra charges C & C.
I do not like to alter the arrangement as Hodgson made it himself, & as I am not personally known to Balme & Co they might demur in payt. if I made any change -- If you could without giving you much trouble, or imposing on the good nature of Barton Guestier & Co