Despatch from the Duke of Newcastle to Viscount Monck, No. 176 (14 October 1862)
By: Duke of Newcastle
Citation: Despatch from the Duke of Newcastle to Viscount Monck (14 October 1862) in UK, HC, Return to an Address of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 30 June 1864; for Copy of Correspondence between any of the North American Provinces and the Imperial Government, relating to their Application for Assistance in raising a Loan for an International Railway (1864).
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Downing-street, 14 October 1862.
I HAVE had the honour to receive your Lordship’s Despatch, No. 136, of the 12th of September, accompanied by a Minute of your Executive Council, containing a Memorandum, by which it appears that the several gentlemen from Canada, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick, who consulted on the subject, had arrived at a conclusion in favour of assuming, with the aid of an Imperial guarantee of interest, the liability for the expenditure necessary to construct the Intercolonial Railway.
I have received this intelligence with much satisfaction.
I have, &c.