Object #1026037 from MS-Papers-0032-0275

2 pages written by Sir William Fitzherbert in Wellington City to Sir Donald McLean

From: Inward letters - Surnames, Fit - Fli, Reference Number MS-Papers-0032-0275 (22 digitised items). Correspondents:Thomas H Fitzgerald, Wellington & Napier, 1853-1861 (10 letters); W Fitzgerald, undated letter of condolence; Fitzgerald [?], Parnell, undated letter; FitzGbbon, Auckland, 1870 (1 letter).Also: William Fitzherbert, Wellington & Hutt, 1862-1875 (6 letters); James A Fletcher, Napier, 1869 (1 letter); Anne D Flight, New Plymouth, 2 undated letters.

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English (ATL)

Col. Office, Wellington
9 Jany


Dear Sir,

I am going to the Wairarapa tomorrow and amongst other things have to look at Smith and Revans run with a view to certify. Here we shall be stoped in our survey unless the Native boundary is defined. I had settled, with Mr. Mantell's sanction, that Mr. Fraser should do this

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English (ATL)

in conjunction with Mr. Anderson, one of our Provincial Surveyors, and my object in writing to you is to know if (without interfering with your arrangements) you could spare Mr. Fraser to proceed there in the course of a day or two; say, the early part of next week.

An answer by return would much oblige
Yours very truly,
William Fitzherbert
D. McLean Esq.
, etc. etc. etc.

English (ATL)

Col. Office, Wellington
9 Jany


Dear Sir,

I am going to the Wairarapa tomorrow and amongst other things have to look at Smith and Revans run with a view to certify. Here we shall be stoped in our survey unless the Native boundary is defined. I had settled, with Mr. Mantell's sanction, that Mr. Fraser should do this in conjunction with Mr. Anderson, one of our Provincial Surveyors, and my object in writing to you is to know if (without interfering with your arrangements) you could spare Mr. Fraser to proceed there in the course of a day or two; say, the early part of next week.

An answer by return would much oblige
Yours very truly,
William Fitzherbert
D. McLean Esq.
, etc. etc. etc.

Part of:
Inward letters - Surnames, Fit - Fli, Reference Number MS-Papers-0032-0275 (22 digitised items)
Series 1 Inward letters (English), Reference Number Series 1 Inward letters (English) (14501 digitised items)
McLean Papers, Reference Number MS-Group-1551 (30238 digitised items)

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