Bell, James C.
According to this despatch, James C. Bell wrote to the Secretary of State on February 19, 1862, to inquire whether Government offers to approvable Emigrants free passages to British Columbia. At the time of his enquiry, he was living on Blackness Farm in Dundee, Scotland. In reply, Bell was informed that the government did not provide free passage for approvable emigrants.
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