Object #1026083 from MS-Papers-0032-0146
From: Inward letters - G A Arney, Reference Number MS-Papers-0032-0146 (18 digitised items). 18 letters written from Government House, Auckland and Wellington, 1868-1875 and undated. Includes letter from Arney to Mainwaring, Oct 1871
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13th Octr. 1871
Dear Mr. Mainwaring,
I am sorry I was unable to see you when you called being as you are aware closely occupied by public business. But Mr. Moore has told me the object of your call. If I had seen you all that I could have said I can as well say
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by letter, viz., that during the time and upon all occasions when you have assisted the Supreme Court on the trial of Native Cases, you have done so with steadiness and ability, and during all such time I have heard nothing in the smallest degree prejudicial to your character, either as a man of business or as a gentleman.
Believe me to be Yours truly
G. A. Arney
Inward letters - G A Arney, Reference Number MS-Papers-0032-0146 (18 digitised items)
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