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Samuel Ironside J W E Heine William Harknesg Samuel Stone ? John Newman William Dale G W Schroder T Renwick, M. D., M. P. C. C P Kearna William Dartnall John Tinline Robert M'Nab William Askew John Matthews Thomas Winsett R Richardson, M.G.A. John Sharp D Sinclair, Speaker of Provincial Council Charles Christie J W Saxton, M. P. C. W R Nicholson John Sloss George Coward Henry Adams, M.P.C W Robinson W L Wrey A G Jenkins D Moore Thomas Sullivan E Snow John M'Artney W Lyne JosepHus Hargreaves James Hargreaves Laurence Hargreaves Henry Hargreaves George Taylor Richard Tannant Richard Rothwell Mark Blythe Robert Franklin Henry F Butt, Clerk R X Newcome, J. P. F H Blundell, J. P. George Duppa, J. P. A L G Campbell F A Weld, M. G. A. William Jenkins Robert Ross George Aiken John Poynter J P Caldwell W L Shepherd John Neame A P Seymour W M Stanton W O Cautley, M. G. A. G Coates Edward Laney Alexander M'Gee J Wilson William Wells John Watts Thomas Gaukrodger Benjamin Crisp John Gay Alexander Painter Robert Simpson James Deblois William Jennings T C Batchelor ' Joseph Taylor Samuel Pearae Richard Hyland C Elliott, M. P. C. H Redwood, jun. William Jones Thos. D. Nicholson J F Wilson Wm. Jones Thoa. Maddock John Nicholls James Hyde Michael Busche Joseph Andrews Wm. Newman James Small Amos Hammond W Hammond Charles White Thomas Coleman Thomas Coleman, jun. William Brewerton Edmund Gibson S. Jeffreyes W Lechner Joshua Sigley James Rowbothatn Henry Fiven M B Adams A S Collins John P Taylor D S M'Diarmid John A Watts John Frazer John Lyford 1 James Lee Hodgson James Richardson Sandy Rankin, jun. J B Galloway Thomas Brown William Atkinson I M Hill Edward Green Charles Harley WEves Thomas Wagstaff Edward Solly

To E. W. Stafford, Eiq., Dr. Monro, F. Jollie, Esq., and the others who signed the Address. Gentlemen — I beg to return my sincere thanks for the Address with which you have presented me on my retiring from the administration of the Government of this Province, or I should rather say on my

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, Volume XII, Issue 621, 28 January 1854

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