Volume 72: Macarthur family correspondence relating to wine, 1846-1900: No. 236
3. Queens Place Sydney
15th May 1857
To the Honorable
James Macarthur M.L.A,
With reference to our conversation at Camden on Tuesday last. I have agreeably with your request, at my earliest opportunity endeavoured here to propose a plan to carry out the object - now for your consideration
"Wine in Wood" -- All sales of Wine in Wood - a commission of 10 per cent to be allowed This charge you will please observe. involves the following. An [indecipherable] of your wines making quick sales, and the advancement of [price?] general use on the market from the high reputation they have already acquired, then the following expenses.
Making sales to trustworthy persons some on credit others on cash -- Labour -- Receiving at store and delivery of the wine racking & filling up (as the Case