Moody to Under-Secretary of State
Liverpool
30th October 1858
Sir,
I have the honor to report that in carrying out all the authorized arrangements respecting Stores, finding minor alterations were either unavoidable or desirable none of them of sufficient moment to address the Secretary of State upon at the time, but it is very necessary these alterations should receive his final authority. I therefore beg to enclose an Amended List which will be found to "tally" with the accounts & vouchers, & which I would propose to forward with them to the Commissioners of Audit, together with the one Covering Authority from theSecretaryManuscript image Secretary of State.
I have the honor to be Sir
Yr most obedient humble Servant
R.C. Moody
Col. R.E.

The Under Secretary of State
for the Colonies
Minutes by CO staff
Mr Elliot
This letter dated by Col. Moody on the 30th Octr was only received here on the 17 Novr & has been since detained in the Dept for the purpose of comparing the revised list of Stores he now sends with that already Sanctioned. The alterations & additions are marked in pencilManuscript image and I presume we can only transmit it with a Copy of this letter to the War Office stating that Sir Ed: Lytton proposes to sanction the alterations?
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Sir Edward Lytton
Sanction & forward to W.O.?
C Nov 26
EBL Novr 29
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Draft, Merivale to War Office, 8 December 1858, sanctioning, with General Peel's concurrence, the additional expense.
Moody, Richard Clement to Carnarvon, Earl 30 October 1858, CO 60:3, no. 11773, 432. The Colonial Despatches of Vancouver Island and British Columbia 1846-1871, Edition 2.2, ed. James Hendrickson and the Colonial Despatches project. Victoria, B.C.: University of Victoria. https://bcgenesis.uvic.ca/B586M32.html.

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