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Date(s)

29 June 1849

Place

Colonial Office, [London]

Place of creation

England

pages 359-374
Inventory no.: 4322

Scope and content

Repeal of the Navigation Laws. Commercial advantage of connection between Canada and Britain. Amendment of the Indemnity Act. Command of troops in Canada. Enclosed: Copy of private and confidential letter from Lord Grey to Sir Allan McNab, 26 June 1849; Copy of private and confidential letter from Sir Allan McNab, St. James Place, to Earl Grey, 26 June 1849; Copy of private and confidential letter from Lord Grey, Colonial Office, to Sir Allan McNab, 27 June 1849.

Textual records
90: Open
Volume
30 File number 5
90: Open
Archival reference no.

Finding aid no.

Additional information

Text reproduced in Arthur G. Doughty, The Elgin-Grey Papers (Ottawa, 1937), vol. 1, p. 376.

Private

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