Despatch from the Duke of Newcastle to Viscount Monck, No. 31 (26 March 1864)
By: Duke of Newcastle
Citation: Despatch from the Duke of Newcastle to Viscount Monck (26 March 1864) 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, 26 March 1864.
I HAVE the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your Lordship’s Despatch, No. 24,* of the 26th ultimo, enclosing a copy of a Despatch which you had addressed to the Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick, communicating the decision of the Canadian Government to undertake the survey of the line of the proposed Intercolonial Railway on its own responsibility, and at its sole expense, leaving the question of making any reimbursement to the discretion of the Governments of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
I am, &c.