Good to Under-Secretary of State
London
20 June 1871
Sir,
I have the honor to report that I leave England on the 22nd Instant to resume my duties in British Columbia.
I venture to express a hope that the Earl of Kimberley will be enabled within the next six months to provide some employment for me in the way of promotion, in which my service for 13 years will not be lost, and some opportunity afforded me, should I deserve it,Manuscript image of rising in the public service.
I have the honor to be
Sir,
Your most obedient
humble servant
Charles Good

The Under Secretary of State
for the Colonies
Minutes by CO staff
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Mr Meade
See 4071 from Gov: Musgrave. To Mr Wodehouse.
CC 21/6
RM 21/6
Reply that his name has recently been placed on Lord Kimberley's list of candidates for promotion, and that his claims will be considered with those of other candidates, when vacancies occur in suitable appointments.
ERW June 22/71
K June 22/71
Other documents included in the file
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Macdonald to Good, 26 June 1871, advising that his name had been placed on the list of candidates for consideration "when vacancies occur in suitable appointments."
Minutes by CO staff
Mr Cox
This is rather like our letter to him of the 4th May? Is it necessary?
RSM 23/6
Yes—but he writes as if he had not recd it.
Good, Charles to Knatchbull-Hugessen, Edward Hugessen 20 June 1871, CO 60:44, no. 6118, 337. 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/B716G03.html.

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