No. 112
New Westminster
4th September 1868
My Lord Duke,
I have had the honor to receive Your Grace's despatch No. 48 of the 13th July, informing me that Her Majesty's GovernmentareManuscript image are unable to furnish any pecuniary assistance to British Columbia.
2. I shall of course make my arrangements and frame my proposals to the Legislature in accordance with this decision, but I may perhaps respectfully venture to say that I regret it in the present state of affairs on the Pacific Coast. A little favour on the partofManuscript image of the Mother Country towards this Colony would not I think have been thrown away.
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
Copy to Treasy for infn with ref to letter of 31 July, & then the matter may be allowed to drop.
WR 20 Novr 68
FR 21/11
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Is it necessary to send this mere ackt to Treasury of letter wh has been sent to Treasury?
I should put by.
CBA 21/11
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Put by.
B&C 23/11