Letterbook of Joseph Vernon Bussell Containing Two Letters to Capel Carter 22 December 1832

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a situation how well I can imagine him building his room adding another wing to the present house. We have now about five acres under cultivation but our crops have not succeeded well this year, on account of our sowing the seed too soon after the first turning up, for the land requires to be fallow some time however it is all ready for the next year, and by that time, we shall have added seven or eight more to it, that is if we all of us remain here, but perhaps it will be advisable for some of us to go to the Vasse where we have taken 3700 acres the remainder of our (grant [Page 21]