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No. 1551.

EXTRACT FROM MINUTES OF THE COMMITTEE OF THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY.


HUDSON BAY COMPANY'S RECORDS.

November 7, 1759.

“ The Deputy Governor represented to the Committtee that as affairs were then situated, it probably would not be long before peace is concluded. It was therefore expedient for the Company to lay claim to the debt due to them from the French, and also to use their endeavours that the limits between the Company and the French be settled. This was agreed to.”

November 21, 1759.

“ The Governor reported that he, the Deputy Governor and Robert Merry had waited on Lord Halifax, whose opinion it was that the Company should deliver in to the Board of Trade a memorial claiming the debt due to them from the French nation, and also to have their limits settled in conformity to the Treaty of Utrecht.”

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