as part of my work and also attend the Camden Courts – on the regular days – As I said before I am thinking more of the convenience of the public here, than of myself – and if matters could be thus arranged the people here would be very much pleased at their having at any rate one official among them who would work for them.
Will you write me a line which
VanderVille, Picton 3rd. Febry 57
I have had the honor to receive your letter in reply to mine about Mount Hunter Bridge &c.
This is a matter of very great urgency, and I consequently name the earliest day you mention, for a meeting between you & some of the Burragurrang & Oaks people – Viz Saturday – 7th Inst 5 oclock – Mr Galvin's Inn Camden Village.
I have the honor to be Sir Your Most obt Servt
The Honble Jas Macarthur MP Camden
VanderVille, Picton 25th. February 1857
I have had the honor to receive your letter, and copy of one to the Government – on the subject of the erection of a new Bridge over Mount Hunter Creek.
I have communicated your good intentions to several people of the Oaks & Burragurrang, and they wish to join me in thanking you for what you are trying to do for
The Honble Jas Macathur MP Camden