Despatch from Lieutenant-Governor Arthur Gordon to Viscount Monck (6 April 1866)
By: Edward Cardwell
Citation: Despatch from Lieutenant-Governor Arthur Gordon to Viscount Monck (6 April 1866) in Journal of the Legislative Council of the Province of New Brunswick (1866).
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The Lieutenant Governor to the Governor General of Canada
Fredericton, April 6, 1866.
MY LORD,–I have the honor to enclose a Resolution of the Legislative Council of this Province, repeating the request contained in their Resolution adopted on the 8th June last, which I forwarded to Your Excellency in my Despatch of June 10th. I have not yet received the information with reference to this subject which was promised in Your Excellency’s Despatch of June 12th last.
I have, &c.
(Signed) ARTHUR H. GORDON.
Resolution adopted by the Legislative Council, March 31, 1866.
RESOLVED, That an humble Address be presented to His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, praying to be informed whether it as in the power of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor to procure the information asked for in the Address of eighth June, A.D. 1865.