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

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conceived it would have been so long but the time must be at hand when we shall all meet with what pleasure shall relate our different adventures. you should be here my dear Capel, but I will not attempt to persuade you, for you know best. Why does not Cousin Bob come out? Uncle Bowker and Seymour? we will undertake to supply them with wheat at a very cheap rate. I must now wish you good by - give our best love to all, tell Emily her seeds are most acceptable, English cabbage seed giving larger hearts than the Colonial she must be particular in getting true sorts Believe me to be ever truly yours Vernon Bussell. December 22nd 1832. [Page 24]