No. 38
11 August 1865
I have the honor to transmit to you a copy of a letter from Mrs. Jarman and to request that you will cause enquiries to be instituted respecting the fate of her son.
I take this opportunity of forwarding to you copies of two Circulars that have beenaddressedManuscript image addressed to the Governors of some of Her Majesty's Colonies, requesting them to name some Officer to whom enquiries of this nature might be addressed. I shall be glad if you will inform me what assistance you can afford in such cases.
I have the honor to be
Your most obedient
humble servant
Edward Cardwell
Minutes by CO staff
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I have today seen and conversed with Charles Orriss Haining. He returned from Carriboo about 3 weeks ago. While there he had a slight attack of what he terms "mountain fever", but he appears now to be in good health. His mining at Carriboo has not been very [?]ful, but he purposes [?] back there again shortly.
William A.G. Young 19 October 1865
Other documents included in the file
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Copy, Jarman to Cardwell, 28 July 1865, asking on the whereabouts of her son.
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Circular, 25 July 1860, from Colonial Office inquring on the capacity of Australian colonies to report on the status of individual immigrants to satisfy relatvies concerns.
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Copy, 16 April 1862, circular tranmitting general inquiry as described above.
People in this document

Cardwell, Edward

Haining, Charles Orriss

Jarman, Hannah

Kennedy, Arthur

Young, William Alexander George

Organizations in this document

Colonial Office

Places in this document

Cariboo Region