Gaggin Re Cox: 0050.0891

Microfilm reel B-1330

Colonial Correspondence – File 623 #25 – GAGGIN, JOHN BOWLES – 1864

                                                                       

                                                                        Gold Commissioner’s Office

                                                                                    Quesnelmouth

                                                                                                17 November 1864

Sir.

            I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 29th Ultimo instructing me to proceed to Richfield in the event of Mr. Cox accepting the magistracy of the kootenais.

            I have written to Mr. Cox on this subject

 

(p2) and he informs me that he does not purpose leaving Richfield until February next under which circumstances I shall remain here unless I get orders from you to the contrary.

            I have the honor to be

                                                                        Sir

                                                            Your most obedient Servant

                                                                                    J. Boles Gaggin

 

[To] The Honble

                        The Colonial Secretary

0050.0891: Gaggin Re Cox

Microfilm reel B-1330 - letter to Colonial Secretary informing that Mr. Cox will not be leaving for the kootenais to accept the magistracy until February.

Medium:  Manuscript - Text
Date:  November 17, 1864
Publisher:  Colonial Correspondence
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0050)

Keywords:

letter magistracy kootenais

Subjects:

People arrow Coxarrow
People arrow Gagginarrow
Government arrow Officials arrow Colonial Secretaryarrow
Government arrow Officials arrow Gold Commissionersarrow

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