Julyan to Rogers (Permanent Under-Secretary)
Crown Colonies Office
5 Spring Garden
26 July 1863
In compliance with the directions contained in your letter of the 2nd Instant I now enclose for the information of His Grace the Duke of Newcastle a statement of the account between the Government of British Columbia and this Office including the remittance of £1000 referred to by you.
I have the honor to be
Your most obedient
Humble Servant
Penrose G. Julyan
Minutes by CO staff
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Mr Elliot
[If] the Agents General do not supply the Governor with a copy of this statement, we shd do well to send it to him "for his infn."
ABd 27 July
It is part of the business of the Agents General to keep the Governors informed of the state of their accounts. The recent statement was called for by this office atManuscript image my suggestion, and the object was to ascertain how much money would be required out of the proceeds of the new loan in order to liquidate the Agents' accounts. It seems that the deficit will be £1851, and that the Agents themselves contemplate defraying it out of the proceeds of the loan.
I think that the letter may be put by.
TFE 27 July
CF 28
N 29
Documents enclosed with the main document (transcribed)
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Statement of Assets and Liabilities on Account of the Government of British Columbia on 30 June 1863.

Remittance from the Colony due in July 2000.0. 0
Ditto Ditto due in August 1000.0. 0
3000.0. 0
Deficit 1851.4.11

Balance overpaid 1101.4.11
First payment on account of Sinking
Fund due 1 July of Loan of £50000 2250.0. 0
Interest on Debenture for £50000 for
6 months to 1 July at 3 Per Cent 1500.0. 0

This deficit will be met out of the proceeds of the loan to be raised under the "British Columbia Loan Act 1863" for £50,000.