Messrs Moore & Smith must give an account of their stewardship & to them I must refer you –
I will if I can possibly spare the time make further inquiries here – but I am confident of what Mr Graham says being correct.
I was not sanguine at any time of Mr Brennan's success – he made me his cheval de bataille and people are rather gêné (so I have heard) as his making so much of it
Your in haste Very faithfully Stuart A Davidson
My dear Sir
The serious charge does not lay at our door Messrs Moore, Smith & Sempill have the box among them, & no doubt if Mr McArthur enquires at the Supreme Court he will find it all right.
Yours J Steadman Sydney (13th June)
The Hon Stuart A Davidson