Object #1003004 from MS-Papers-0032-0282
From: Inward letters - James Fraser, Reference Number MS-Papers-0032-0282 (39 digitised items). 38 letters written from Hawke's Bay, Bay of Plenty and East Coast, 1865-1870. Includes letter addressed to Captain Rhodes, 1865
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of rations, and is not compelled by any instructions he has received, to render Reports concerning them, to his Commanding Officer.
At the Wairoa these remarks do not apply in the same way, but I must own that I have often felt annoyed at the preference given to our allies there; and to the fact that the issue of arms, ammunition, food, etc., has been completely in all instances taken out of my hands.
I trust you will not feel angry at my calling your attention to these two things. I do it with this motive, - that you may know exactly my opinions on these subjects; and also, that what I complain of, may, if you agree with me, be remedied. I start for Wairoa to-night. I have been kept here by a heavy fall of rain, or I should have started yesterday.
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