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Series title: Inward Registered Confidential Correspondence (refer to digitised images available online)
Series number: VPRS 20
Consignment number: P0000
Consignment description:
Public access: Open
Format: Physical
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1 - Open North Melbourne
Item 42/2 Colonial Secretary's Office, Confidential correspondence, Sir Edward Deas Thomson Requesting that I warrant for names a list of Magistrates qualified to be included in the Commission of the Peace under the provision of the Act. 1842 - 1843 Open North Melbourne
Item 43/1 Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, Confidential correspondence, Sir Edward Deas Thomson Empowering me to withdraw for sale any quantity of the land advertised by public advertisement or by verbal announcement. 1840 - 1840 Open North Melbourne
Item 43/3 Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, Confidential correspondence, W. Harrington In response to letter of the 15 August 632 and approving of the course adopted by me, namely purchases of Town allotments to allow 2 months for the removal of such improvements as had been erected therein. 1840 - 1840 Open North Melbourne
Item 43/4 Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, Confidential correspondence, Sir Edward Deas Thomson Acknowledge letter 15 August 40/631 being under notice of purchase of certain Town allotments by individuals at the minimum price for division publicly announced objects. 1840 - 1840 Open North Melbourne
Item 43/5 Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, Confidential correspondence, Sir Edward Deas Thomson Acknowledge receipt of letter the dated 28 September and notify the postponed of the sale advertised to take place on the 9 December. 1840 - 1843 Open North Melbourne
Item 43/6 Government House, Sydney, Confidential correspondence, Governor Sir George Gipps Acknowledge receipt of letter dated the 28th September and conveying his disappointment of the proposal to allow Mr Crown Prosecutor Croke to act as Resident Judge during the leave of absence of Mr Justice Willis. 1842 - 1842 Open North Melbourne
Item 43/7 Government House, Sydney, Confidential correspondence, Stating the terms on which leave of absence will be given to Residence Judge to proceed to England (Judge reply). 1842 - 1842 Open North Melbourne
Item 43/8 Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, Confidential correspondence, Sir Edward Deas Thomson Acknowledging letter of the 9th November and stating of improper of suspending the operations of the operations of the Melbourne Municipal Corporation Act. 1842 - 1842 Open North Melbourne
Item 43/9 Government House, Sydney, Confidential correspondence, Sir George Gipps Stating that leave will be given to Mr Justice Willis on the usual terms to proceed to England. 1842 - 1842 Open North Melbourne
Item 43/10 Government House, Sydney, Confidential correspondence, Sir George Gipps Acknowledge receipt of letter to the Colonial Secretary 6th December referring to sanction the prosecution of the Sydney Herald for the 22 November for an article reply on the Resident Judge as requested by Mr Justice Willis. 1842 - 1842 Open North Melbourne
Item 43/13 Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, Confidential correspondence, Sir Edward Deas Thomson Directing a reply on the proposed division of the District of Port Phillip for the purposes of the act. 1842 - 1843 Open North Melbourne
Item 43/14 Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, Confidential correspondence, Sir Edward Deas Thomson Arrangements to proposal in respect to the election in the Port Phillip District 1843 - 1843 Open North Melbourne
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