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Letter from the Colonial Office to the Governor of the Hudson's Bay Company, Dated March 9, 1869. [Cover Title]
Printed by Joseph Causton and Sons, London - [circa 1869], 1st thus. (Self wrappers) Fine. 9pp. Octavo in original wrappers, sewn as issued. Rare. Peel 3 - 502. "Earl Granville has had under review the correspondence which has passed respecting the proposed transfer to Canada of the jurisdiction and territorial rights of the Hudson's Bay Company in North America. It is not creditable to this Country, that any inhabited parts of Her Majesty's dominions should be without a recognized government capable of enforcing the law, and responsible to neighbouring countries for the performance of international obligations. The terms which his Lordship now proposes, are as follows: [tems no'd. I to XII follow] Signed, Frederic Rogers." - from the text. At head: "Hudson's Bay Company". Series: Great Britain Colonial Office. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]
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