Volume 75: James and William Macarthur business correspondence, 1823-1877: No. 047
may be necessary under our instructions, for the settlement of the Bill. We trust however that you will have been spared further trouble by the payment of the Bill with the interest & incidental expenses in this letter reaches you.
Should this not be the case we have to request that you will be good enough to take such steps as you may think advisable for the recovery of the money.
We are very desirous that this matter should be settled with the least possible delay & we can put no delicacy in calling upon Mr Fox to pay the Bill at