Status: Complete

Your letter of the
7 instant, therefore, although
offensive as unjustly charging
me with a misstatement of
fact, is very satisfactory as
containing a written confirmation
of my principal ground of
complaint in my letter to the
Honorable the Colonial Secretary
viz that you did omit to
take active measures in
consequence of Mr Lamberts report
of the loss of the mail containing
my money letter in question -

Having thus I trust
given you a satisfactory explanation
in answer to your first query,
and I think a tolerably conclusive
reply to your second and last
and sincerely hoping that the
subject of our present correspondence
may not be productive of
any permanently unpleasant
feeling -

I am, Sir

Your most obed Servant

Stephen Owen

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