ITM846730 Colonial Secretary's Inwards Correspondence - 1859

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Queensland State Archives Colonial Secretary's Office Inwards Correspondence 01 Jan 1859 - 31 Dec 1859 S 5253 ITM846730 Dept No. 003 The legibility of this item may be reduced due to the following factors: Minimal Impression Faded Ink Iron Gall ink halo and lacing Discoloured paper Torn or creased pages

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[top left] 59/3

[top right] 15 December 1859.

Under Secretary. Auckland

Enclosing Statistical papers of New Zealand.

[centred] ______

[centred] 225

[on right]

New Zealand

Colonial Secretary's Office,

Auckland, 28th November 1859.

Sir,

I have the honor by direction

of the Colonial Secretary to transmit

to you the documents named in the margin.

I have the honor to be,

Sir,

Your most obedient Servant,

[signed] W. Gisborne

Under Secretary

[bottom of left margin]

[To] The Honorable

The Colonial Secretary

Queensland

Australia

[bottom-left corner] End [Entered]

[initials] A.J.P.

[marginalia - written in left margin]

Acts of Genl Assembly of New Zealand

1854 - 5 - 6 and 1858

[centred] ___

Statistics 1853. 4, 5, 6 and 1857

[centred] ___

Observations on State of Aboriginal

Inhabitants of New Zealand, by F.D. Fenton

[centred] ___

Lecture by Dr F. Hochstetter on Geology

of Province of Auckland.

[centred] ___

Statistical Tables by Dr Bennett

Registrar Genl. of New Zealand

Notes & Proceedings House of Repres. 1856

Notes & Proceedings House of Repres. 1858

Notes & Proceedings Legislative Council 1856

Notes & Proceedings Legislative Council 1858

Journal House of Repres. ... 1858

Appendix House of Repres ... 1858

[written diagonally] Sent separately

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[written diagonally, from top-right corner]

It will probably

be sufficient to

acknowledge with thanks

the receipt of this letter and

accompanying documents.

[initials] A.O.M.

14 Decr

[signed, on right] R. S. W. Herbert -

[in another hand] Yes - [initials] GFB ... Decr 15/ '59

[on right, in a third hand] put away.

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Queensland State Archives Colonial Secretary's Office Inwards Correspondence 01 Jan 1859 - 31 Dec 1859 S 5253 ITM846730 Dept No. 005 The legibility of this item may be reduced due to the following factors: Minimal Impression Faded Ink Iron Gall ink halo and lacing Discoloured paper Torn or creased pages

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Port cannot at any rate be called over the average of a days work

Excepting for a short period this day myself and the clerk, who is also clocked – were engaged in the office from 9 a.m. till 5 p.m in checking entries. receiving duties for and so fully were we employed that I found it impossible to send him to the Bank with my collections accounting to £458— which for safe custody I had myself to deposit in the iron safe of a neighbouring Mercantile Establishment — Entries were passed for goods from the warehouses for home consumption in the forenoon which it was impossible, from not having a separate locker, to deliver until after 5 oclock — much I regret to add, to the in– convenience and annoy– ance of those who had paid duties in the morning

I have myself for some time acted as Warehousekeeper taking charge of the W.H.K Register and entering therein

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