2d Do you think it would be necessary or advisable to combine Bee Culture with Farming? – 3d Can land capable of growing wheat be readily got in the district? – 4th Are the winters severe on the high lands? – 5th Do you think I could get employment for some time on any of the existing “Bee Farms” [illegible] as to gain some experience of the business?- If you should favor me with a reply I should be glad to have any other information on this subject you may choose to give. –I am, Sir Yours truly Robt. Paterson01084
1882 Nov 13
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