p. 1351 N
MINUTE RESPECTING LETTER FROM Mr. HENRY SHAWE.
5 RECORD BOOK, page 38, E, MINUTES OF COUNCIL, 1869 to Jany. 18, 1874.
March 25th, 1870.
A letter was read from Mr. Henry E. Shawe, Secretary of the Moravian Missions requesting that the supplies imported by the Moravian Mission into that District of the coast of Lbdr. for the natives should be continue to be imported free of duty. The Col. Secy. was directed to reply thereto and to say that the Government had no intention of imposing any duty thereon.
No. 461 N
MINUTE OF NEWFOUNDLAND EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
RESPECTING LETTER FROM T. F. PENSEL.
July 14th, 1892.
A letter was read from T. F. Pensel, Manager of Moravian Missions, countersigned by the Rev. W. Taylor, President, in reference to the imposition of duty on goods imported by the said Society, Labrador. It was decided that for the present duties would not be imposed, as heretofore.
His Excellency the Administrator submitted to Council despatch from the Right Hon. Secy. of State No. 50 of date 2nd July, intimating that the Queen's Exequatur empowering Mr. C. A. Martin to act as German Consul at Nain, Labrador, had received Her Majesty's signature.
Minute Book, Aug. 6th, 1890 to Oct. 4th, 1892.