Hammersley, F.
On 18 March 1860, Hammersley wrote a private letter to Merivale informing him that letters from Britain were failing to reach Vancouver Island.1 Hammersley notified Merivale that his nephew, the Bishop of Columbia, had just moved to Vancouver Island, and he inquired about the correct addressing of letters destined for Vancouver Island.2
Merivale sent Hammersley a private response on 19 March, in which he explained that the delays were due to the post office on Vancouver Island, and notified Hammersley of the correct addressing.3
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