, bearing 1855 1d. (2, both cut-into and creased) and 1857 2d. (2, faults), each cancelled with manuscript "42" and showing manuscript "Macquarie River 10/5/58" at left. The letter written on behalf of a convict, from his employer to the Chief Constable of Campbelltown includes "He had only left us a few days when he was apprenhended, tried and sent to Port Arthur. We did not consider him a bad man and if the government should think of mitigating his sentence I should have no objection of again taking him to my service as a pass holder or otherways.". A rare and most attractive franking. Photo" /> cover 1858 entire letter to Campbelltown, headed<I> "On Public Service"</I>, bearing 1855 1d. (2, both cut-into and creased) and 1857 2d. (2, faults), each cancelled with manuscript "42" and showing manuscript<I> "Macquarie River 10/5/58"</I> at left. The letter written on behalf of a convict, from his employer to the Chief Constable of Campbelltown includes<I> "He had only left us a few days when he was apprenhended, tried and sent to Port Arthur. We did not consider him a bad man and if the government should think of mitigating his sentence I should have no objection of again taking him to my service as a pass holder or otherways."</I>. A rare and most attractive franking. Photo | Christie's