Volume 75: James and William Macarthur business correspondence, 1823-1877: No. 262
the matter to Stewart and he has at my request put some suggestions of his on paper which I beg to enclose, I also beg to forward the usual monthly Petty Cash and Rent accounts.
I sued the undermentioned parties on their promissory notes at the last District Court held at Camden on the 11th instant.
|Henry Ticknell||£11. 5. 6||Paid|
|James Pollock||17.16. 0||abandoned Farm|
|John Brown||27. 5. 0|
Ashcroft of Menangle had two judgements against him at the same court.
A lovely day and we are busy drilling maize in 17 acres, ground in splendid order, rain has penetrated about three inches.
I beg to remain Sir Wm
Your very obt Servant
Sir Wm Macarthur