No. 32
New Westminster
29th April 1868
My Lord Duke,
I have the honor to forward copies of the Speech with which I opened a Session of the Legislative Council on the 21st March, of the reply of the CouncilandManuscript image and of my rejoinder.
2. I am happy to say that all is progressing satisfactorily and that the Estimates of ways and means have already been passed.
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 forwarded on some little time back a newspaper containing this Speech.
Ackn. receipt of the despatch.
See also 6307 with Proroguing Speech. Ackn. the two together.
CC 17/6
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FR 17/6
CBA 18/6
B&C 18/6
Documents enclosed with the main document (not transcribed)
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Government Gazette Extraordinary, 21 March 1868, containing Seymour's speech of 21 March 1868 opening Legislative Council, the Council's reply of 24 March, and Seymour's rejoinder.
Other documents included in the file
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Draft reply, Buckingham to Seymour, No. 36, 22 June 1868 acknowledging Seymour’s despatch forwarding Seymour's opening speech of British Columbia's Legislative Council, the council’s response, and Seymour’s rejoinder as well as Seymour’s despatch informing the Colonial Office that the Legislative Council was prorogued.
People in this document

Adderley, Charles Bowyer

Cox, Charles

Grenville, Richard

Rogers, Frederic

Seymour, Frederick

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Colonial Office

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British Columbia