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SIR GEORGE GREY AND THE SEATS FOR THE THAMES AND CITY WEST.

Tin: following telegrams have been sent y Sir George Grey to his proposers at City West and the Thames : — "To W. C. Wn.sox, Esq , Auckland. " Wellington, Thursday, 3.30 p m. "My crattful thanks to my proposei and seconder forCitv West. Circumstances render it necessary for me to sit for City \Vest. T thank you all foi giving me the opportunity, "ft. CiiKY." "To Mu. Al>\vm>er Blvck, Auckland. "Wellington, Thursday afternoon. " It has been necessary for mo to elect to sit for City W< st. I feel grateful to you for having pioposed me, and to my constituents for electing me. L et them know this, and add that I will herve them to the best of my ability. G Gum." "To Du. Kilkouk, Thaws. "Wellington, Thuisday. " (Jive my grateful thanks to my fiiends at the Thames ; accept them yourself ; give them also to my committee. 1 find that circumitanc es icudei it requisite for me to sit for City West I cannot have the honoui of sitting for the Thames, but I am most grateful to you all. G. Gi: 1 v " Our oun correspondent telegraphs fiom Wellington yesterday, to the effect that Sir Geoige Giey had derided to await the issue of the petition on the Thames election, so that it would appear he has actually bepn sworn for two seats. We refer to tins subject in oui leading columns.

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SIR GEORGE GREY AND THE SEATS FOR THE THAMES AND CITY WEST., Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXXII, Issue 5205, 17 June 1876

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SIR GEORGE GREY AND THE SEATS FOR THE THAMES AND CITY WEST. Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXXII, Issue 5205, 17 June 1876

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