Dispatch of July 28th 1813 No.3

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Dispatch of July 28th 1813 No.3

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Dominica National Archives

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Dominica National Archives

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0202

General Post Office
28th July 1813

Sir,
Having laid before my Lords the Postmasters General your Excellency’s letter of the 22nd May last requesting that the Suriname Packet on the her homeward bound “” may lay off and on the port of Dominica for three hours to receive the mails for Europe; their Lords “” direct me to “” your Excellency that they consent to the arrangement on the “” understanding.

His Excellency
Governor “Ainslie”



0204

Understanding that when she arrives off the Island, and a signal be made, the Mail and dispatches shall be sent on board without any expense to this “”; and I have directed the Postmaster to wait upon your Excellency to settle the manner of sending the Mails on board the “”.

I have the honours to be

Sir

Your Excellency’s most obedient humble servant




0205
“”
28 July 1813

Relative to the Suriname Packets calling at “Dominica”

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“Dispatch of July 28th 1813 No.3,” Maroon Country , accessed July 19, 2018, http://marooncountry.org/items/show/18.

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