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BEING AN EXPOSITION
THE LAND REGULATIONS, AND OF THE CLAIMS AND GRIEVANCES
MelbouRNE, 220 May, 1854.
WILLIAM CAMPBELL, Esq. M.L.C.
DEAR SIR,—We, the undersigned Tenants of the Crown, cannot permit you to leave this colony without tendering to you the expression of our warm thanks for the ability, energy, and perseverance you have displayed in advocating the cause of the pastoral interests of the community.
Appreciating as we do the sincerity which has ever formed the groundwork of your action in this cause, and feeling that your interest in it can never be diminished, we venture to request that you will represent our grievances to the Home Government, and maintain the rights you have ever so consistently upheld.
Wishing you a safe and happy voyage to your native land, and the realisation of all your hopes in re-visiting it, we remain, Dear SIB,
Yours very faithfully,
William Snow Clifton, J.P.
* M.L.C.-Member of the Legislative Council.