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[7 May, 1860.]

No. 35, April
13th, 1860.

[28 Sept.,
1860.]


p. 3958
C


No. 1474.

GOVERNOR'S SECRETARY TO THE ATTORNEYS-GENERAL FOR CANADA, 7 MAY, 1860.4

Governor's Secretary's Office,
Quebec, 7th May, 1860.

Gentlemen,—I am directed by His Excellency the Governor General to transmit to you the accompanying copy of a Despatch from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, respecting Wood Island on the coast of Labrador, and to request that you will report to His Excellency on the legal bearings of the case.

I have, &c.,
R. J. PENNEFATHER,
Governor's Secretary.
The Law Officers of the Crown,
&c.,&c.,&c.,

4 Ibid, p. 2.



No. 1475.
C

GOVERNOR'S SECRETARY TO THE ATTORNEYS GENERAL FOR CANADA, 28 SEPT., 1860.5

Governor's Secretary's Office,
Quebec, 28th September, 1860.

Gentlemen,—I am directed by His Excellency the Governor General to draw your attention to my letter of the 7th May last, transmitting copy of a Despatch from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, on the subject of Wood Island, and to request that you will report to His Excellency on the legal bearings of the question with as little delay as possible.
I have, &c.,
R. J. PENNEFATHER,
The Law Officers of the Crown,
&c.,&c.,&c.,

5Ibid, p. 3.

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