mellifluous notes. So your waarning
comes too late. It occurred to me
also; but it did not prevail. He
is no foreman to be afraid of,
though doubtless McLennan + Co
will rejoice in him. I don't
think he knows anything of
blackfellow life beyond Victoria,
+ even that he does not know
with a blackfellow's mind.
Schultze evidently writes
English with difficulty. Why not
attack him in German?
With kind regards
Yours very truly
P.S. I got Staughton to send me
a letter of introduction to Sir Wm
Clarke, + wrote to that learned D. C. L
offering him the privilege of helping
in the work, with the proferred
honor of being acknowledged in the
preface. No reply.