|Title||Letter from H. Denison, Cochrabell, New South Wales, Australia, to S.C. Denison, 4 Harcourt Buildings, Inner Temple, London; 26 Apr. 1840|
|Content Description||Informs him that he is intending to visit places in Northern Australia; is yet to invest money; is staying with Mr Jones in Sydney; refers to purchase of land; comments on necessity of convict labour and adjustment system; comments on sheep farming profits and costs; gives relative values of cows and sheep; refers to cost of servants; comments on difficulty of acquiring land in colonies; states that British Government is unpopular in colony; refers to members of polite society; has learned of Francis Doyle's death; is expecting brood mares and Durham bulls from Denison; orders clothes from England; refers to Eton friends now in colony; comments on weather.|
Autograph note by J.E. Denison on f 2v; reads 'Henry to Stephen April 26 1840. Durham Bulls and Cows'.
Letter is crossed on f 1r.