p. 1230                                         C



No. 351.

WILMOT HORTON TO SIR CHARLES HAMILTON


REQUESTING INFORMATION IN REGARD TO COAST OF LABRADOR.

Downing Street,              
17 May 1825.  
C.O. 324.  VOL. 95.

Vice Admiral Sir C. Hamilton

DEAR SIR
      The discussion in the House respecting the proposed Annexation of the Coast of Labrador to Lower Canada will not take place till Friday next, & in the interim I shall be glad to receive any further information on the subject which a reference to Documents may enable you to supply

I remain                             
R. W. HORTON.    
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No. 352.                                 C

WILMOT HORTON TO GOVERNOR HAMILTON

REGARDING INFORMATION REQUIRED FOR DISCUSSION IN HOUSE OF COMMONS RE COAST OF LABRADOR.

C.O. 43.  VOL. 66, p. 144.

Immediate
Vice Admiral Sir C. Hamilton
Downing Street,              
20 May 1825   
      Mr Wilmot Horton presents his Compliments to Sir Charles Hamilton & begs to acquaint him that the information which Sir Charles Hamilton adverted to in his note of the 18 Inst. & in Mr Horton's of the 17th as being in his power to obtain by reference to documents respecting the population of the Coast of Labrador will not be available unless it can be furnished immediately as the discussion of the Subject in the House of Commons will take place this Evening.
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