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LORD CRANLEY.

(PJJB PKESB iSSOOIATION.) \ Nelson, August 19. Lord Ciaoley Is now convalescent. Hia Worship the Mayor hsa reoalved the following message from hla Excellency the Governor: — "Dear Mr Mayor, will you allow m», through your Worship, to express my thanks, and thoee of Lady Onslow, to the olt'z^ns of Nelson for the kind sympathy and consideration which they have shown to as during the time of great anxiety through which w« have lately pasaed, I am especially grateful for the manner m whioh that sympathy has been extended, not by any load expression of public feelfhg, bat; m the far more gratifying way of refraining from any notion which might disturb the cuff rer at a time when he needed their undivided oare. lam also anxious to recognise the friendly spirit m whioh aotno, carrying on operations 1 kely to duia nolee In the neighborhood of Warwick Hoaso, have voluntarily suspended them on my son's account. All these acts of thoughtfulness, added to the natural charms of Nelson, have contributed to make it likely that we shall look baok with feelings of pleasure to the time ire have spent there. Part of that time has been painful and anxious, but, under God's providence, the latter portion has been a time of rejoicing, owing to the restoring of our son to convalescence from a dleease whioh though happily not infeotious, it one of a very severe and dangerous nature. — I am, yours faithfully, Qmbiow "

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LORD CRANLEY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2204, 20 August 1889

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