Object #1002056 from MS-Papers-0032-0815
From: Inward family correspondence - Alexander McLean (brother), Reference Number MS-Papers-0032-0815 (48 digitised items). Letters written from Napier and Maraekakaho mainly about station matters. Includes one letter from Canterbury, Jul 1861, and one from Ashburton, Sep 1868
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25 October [18--]
My dear brother
I send Duncan Livingston down to bring up the rams. He takes down your horse and saddle and I hope you will like the horse. He will suit you. I do believe the rams should come to Clive the first night and put in a stable.
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The next night to Havelock and put in a house their and then home because about those kind of houses there is allways some dogs that is not safe.
Walker and Warren shall be down for the timber on Monday or Tuesday. Through drill and one thing or another I could not get their sooner started. Let Peter find his own timber where ever he can find it and there were will be no mistakes. Hopeing this will find you all well.
Allways your affectionate brother
Inward family correspondence - Alexander McLean (brother), Reference Number MS-Papers-0032-0815 (48 digitised items)
Series 9 Inwards family letters, Reference Number Series 9 Inwards family letters (1204 digitised items)
McLean Papers, Reference Number MS-Group-1551 (30238 digitised items)
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