judiciously observed and most honourably carried out. I introduce here one of his letters to me as being appropriate to the subject.
Copy of a letter from Sir T. Cockburn Campbell.
"West Australian" Office,
My Dear Sir,
Many thanks for your kind letter. I have had great pleasure in publishing your journal, and I can assure you it is read with very great interest indeed. There has been a break in its publication lately on account of my space in the "W. A." being so filled with Council reports, but I shall resume the journal again next week. What terrible times you early settlers had to pass through. It is difficult to imagine it now, in a conntry with railways, telegraphs, &c., and so many of the conveniencies of modern life.
Believe me, my dear Sir,
T. COCKBURN CAMPBELL.
George Fletcher Moore, Esq.
So far as regards the winding up of the Journal, I could not desire a better than the gratifying commentary of the EDITOR of the West Australian, to whom I tender thanks for the interest he took in it, and the judicious care he bestowed on its publication in his paper. On my part, I have to render my humble thanks to the Heavenly Giver of all Good, that at the ripe period of an eighty-sixth year, I should be permitted to undertake, and enabled,