Volume 75: James and William Macarthur business correspondence, 1823-1877: No. 048
at once, as Mr Bidwell has assured us that but for Mr Fox's [indecipherable] he would not have consented to take Mr Duppa' Bills.
If you think it advisable you may take a further Bill at three months, adding Interest & - & with the Security of Mr Fox as before but it will be more [indecipherable] to me if the transactions can be closed without a removal of the Bill. Leaving this to your discretion option assured that you will act in the way most likely to be creduous[?] to our interests.
I am Sir
A MacDonald Esq
Union Bank of Australia