Despatch from the Earl of Carnarvon to Lieutenant-Governor Fenwick Williams (6 July 1866)
By: Earl of Carnarvon
Citation: Despatch from the Earl of Carnarvon to Lieutenant-Governor Fenwick Williams (6 July 1866) in UK, Parliament, Correspondence respecting the Proposed Union of the British North American Provinces (London: George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode, 1867).
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COPY of a DESPATCH from the Earl of CARNARVON to Lieutenant-General Sir W. F. WILLIAMS, Bart., K.C.B.
Downing Street, July 6, 1866.
I HAVE the honour to acknowledge your Despatches of the numbers and dates mentioned in the margin, accompanied by Petitions adverse to the Union of the British Provinces, from the inhabitants of the county of Shelburne, the northern district of Queen’s county, the township of Barrington, and the county of Annapolis. You will have the goodness to inform the petitioners that their Petitions have been duly laid at the foot of the Throne.
I have, &c.
Lenient.-General Sir W. F. Williams, Bart., K.C.B.,
&c. &c. &c.