No. 152
28th November 1867
My Lord Duke,
I have had the honor to receive Your Grace's despatch No. 46 of the 2nd July, directing me to make enquiries respecting property left by the late J.H.C. Baar, who was drowned nearLillooetManuscript image Lillooet in this Colony.
2. I enclose a Report from the Attorney General which furnishes all the information I am able to procure on the subject.
I have the honor to be,
My Lord Duke,
Your most obedient,
humble Servant.
Frederick Seymour
Minutes by CO staff
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Sir F. Rogers
I suppose from the Attorney General's report that Tesch was joint proprietor with Baar & has squandered away what there was—but the report is not a satisfactory one as to the amount of information it gives, norManuscript image more so as to the result. But there is no need of interference further & the heirs of Baar must now proceed in the usual course if they think it worth their while to save anything out of what may be left. Copy to F.O.
CC 5/2
FR 5/2
CBA 6/2
B&C 6/2
Documents enclosed with the main document (not transcribed)
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H.P.P. Crease, Attorney General, to Seymour, 28 November 1867, reporting that Baar's estate would appear to have been wasted by his partner.
Other documents included in the file
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Rogers to Secretary of State, Foreign Office, 10 February 1868, forwarding copy of the despatch and enclosure for information.
Seymour, Frederick to Grenville, Richard 28 November 1867, CO 60:29, no. 1208, 475. 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/B67152.html.

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