STATE OF THE POSTS OF THE KING'S DOMAINE IN CANADA, ETC., MEMOIRE BY GOVERNOR MURRAY.
Vide page 2760, Vol. VI.
LETTER, 16 JUNE, 1767, WALPOLE TO LOWNDES,
re PETITION BY ANTHONY MERRY.
PRIVY COUNCIL, 2, VOL. 112, p. 338.
Whitehall Council Office,
16th June 1767.
The Lords of the Committee of Council having taken into consideration a Petition of Anthony Merry and others relating to their having been prevented from establishing a Trade with the Indians at the King's Posts of Tadousac and Chegotimi on the River Saguenay in the Province of Canada together with a report made to the Board of Trade thereupon. And their Lordships understanding that the Subject Matter of keeping the said Posts in the Hands of the Crown has been under the consideration of the Lords of the Treasury, I am directed to transmit to you the enclosed copy of the Committee's Report upon the above mentioned Paper, in order to your laying the same before the Lords of the Treasury, that they may be pleased to signify to the Committee, whether they have any objections to what is Proposed in the said Report.
To CHARLES LOWNDES Esq.
Secy to the Treasury