No. 109
New Westminster
26th August 1868
My Lord Duke,
I have had the honor to receive Your Grace's despatch No. 89 of 20th November 1867, informing me that Her Majesty's decision on No. 20OrdinanceManuscript image Ordinance of 1867
An Ordinance respecting the Legal Profession

will be suspended pending the action of the Legislature with reference to the Draft Ordinance regulating the constitution of the two Supreme Courts.
2. My despatches noted in the margin
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No. 107 and No. 108
of even date will have announced to Your Grace the mode in which the Legislative Council desire, for the present,toManuscript image to settle this much debated question.
3. I have now the honor to transmit an authenticated and two plain copies of an Ordinance of the recent Session of the Legislature, entitled; No. 7. An Ordinance respecting Barristers and Attorneys-at-Law. I add the report of the Attorney General.
I have the honor to be,
My Lord Duke,
Your Grace's most obedient
humble Servant
Frederick Seymour
Minutes by CO staff
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Sir F. Rogers
See 11069 & 11070.
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Sanction this and No 20 of 1868 (in 10810).
FR 16/10
CBA 19/10
B&C 22/10
Documents enclosed with the main document (not transcribed)
Three printed copies of ordinance not on microfilm.
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H.P.P. Crease, Attorney General, to Seymour, 25 August 1868, reporting on the ordinance as per despatch.
Other documents included in the file
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Draft reply, Buckingham to Seymour, No. 93, 24 October 1868 conveying “Her Majesty's Gracious confirmation and allowance [of the ordinances] entitled "An Ordinance respecting the Legal professions" [and] "An Ordinance respecting Barristers and Attorneys at Law."”