Volume 28: James Macarthur letters received, 1857-1861

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motion which he has carried in the Government during the past year and to day or tomorrow Mr Speaker & the House will request the honor of being allowed to present it. We are much pleased with what we have seen of Mr Henry Buckley as yet.

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his appearances altogether in his favor – Excuse my short note with kind regards to Mr & Mrs Macarthur

I Remain Yours Sincerely John King M.P. for Gippsland

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John King is one of the Members for Gippsland

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Jamesfield. January 9,1857

My Dear Sir

Moggridge told me the price he paid for the wine was what you say – and wine being very high in Sydney was the reason of my wishing to get some. As the price is so much higher I will not take any at present as I still have sufficient for a few

James Macarthur

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months perhaps for twelve.

I remain My Dear Sir Yours faithfully J. MacArthur

I have always liked William Wild – He is a very sensible well informed young man – and possesses excellent abilities – and is on the right side too.

However if Sir William

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