Object #1013660 from MS-Papers-0032-1017

3 pages written 30 Jun 1869 by an unknown author in Hawke's Bay Region

From: Personal, financial, official and miscellaneous papers, Reference Number MS-Papers-0032-1017 (36 digitised items). These papers relate to Donald McLean and comprise an invitation to dinner in Hobson Street from unknown person; reply to telegram from [?] Oliver; advertisement re search for a Donald McLean (b 1824) by his father Dr Lachlan McLean of Oban, Argyleshire, nd; letter, Union Bank of Australia (1869); invitation, Installation Banquet, at Brother Chavanne's Rutland Hotel; postage stamps; address, Sergeant Jeremiah O'Connor for Thomas Trenton; accounts; proxy paper, NZ Steam Navigation Company; copyright requirements; Auckland Grammar School circular (1871); St Andrew Kilwinning Lodge, Wanganui, summons; Dalgety wool cargo lists by `Warrior Queen' and `Chile' (1868) and `Asterope' (1869); Xmas card from Julie Thomson; expenditure estimate, province of Hawke's Bay (1869); notes toward a speech relating to a deputation about peace on the East Coast and Patea; estimates; appointment of McLean as member of the Executive Council (1873)Also includes The Case of New Zealand [2d ed] submitted by C F Hursthouse to Gladstone about the New Zealand wars (1869); seating diagram for complimentary dinner to F A Weld; sales of NZ wool at current sales, with brands and vessels transporting it; Executive Council meeting directive (1869, 1871); letter re neglect of Auckland's northern districts (1869); clipping re Mr Gillies' opinions on native affairs and remarks on the late murder of Mr Todd, nd

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Personal, financial, official and miscellaneous papers, Reference Number MS-Papers-0032-1017 (36 digitised items)
Series 13 Other papers, Reference Number Series 13 Other papers (451 digitised items)
McLean Papers, Reference Number MS-Group-1551 (30238 digitised items)

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