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List of unclaimed letters at the Post Office, Wellington, on the 6th October, 1844 :—: —

A. Atkinson, J. Campey Anderson, John AJzdorf, Charles E. Ashton, Charles T. An glim, Mrs. Anderson, Andrew B. Burcham, James N. Brown, Adam Barton, James Boddington, James Box, Daniel Bruce, Peter Batton, Mrs. Broderick, Mrs. Bartlett, Nathaniel Bradley, Mr. Blirt, Thomas Baker, James Brennand, .lames Byron, Cecil Brown, James Burt, Miss Louisa Brown, Cap . W. H. C. Creed, Rev. C. Cullen, James Comte, Rev. M. Caines, Mrs. Cortnack, John Catchpool, Edward Carding, R. Copps, Michael Chapman, Henry Chin, Richard Cruikshank, W. (3) Combes, Walter (2) Cole, Captain James Curtis, J. J. Clapham, Joseph Cooper, William D. Durauchelle J. A. Dew, William Daniel!, Henry (2) Dun, James Dixon. S. G. K. (3) Dickeson, William Davis, Richard Davis, John Davis, Richard Drake, James (3) Dearling, Thomas F. Fairbrass, Thomas Fairweather, Capt. Faddy, Mrs. Ferguson, Mr. Finnimore, William Forster, James S. Flower, William Fesenfeld, Betty G. Garrett, W. W. G. Greenwood, J.D & J.H. Gee, Robert (2) Greenwood, E. A. Goldfinch, George Gardner, Robert H. Hobbs, Mr. Howard, Henry Herlog, Henry Hammond, Mark Hext, Thomas Hount, William Hall, Edward Hogan, James Hay, Capt. Wm. (2) Hazleth, Edward (2) Hart, A. H. Huie, J. B. Hunt, Thomas Hale, John Higman, Edward Heldht, I. G. Hurley, Messrs. & Co. Hawke, William J. Jones, G. Johnson. Augustus (3) James, W. Jones, George Irwin, Miss Jarvis, Henry Imley, Captain Johnson, Edward Jackson, James Jenkins, W. Jaimeson, William Jenkins, Mr 3, K. Kettle, O. H. Kelly, James Kennard, William Kinghome, James Ker, E. M. Knight, Thomas

L. Ledgard, D. or R. H. Lester, Mr. Law, Robert Lloyd, Thomas Lyall, Mr. or Beckett, Lisk, Mr. Leroux, Mrs. (3) Little, Messrs. and Co. M. Meurant, Mr. Myers, G. H. M 'Kenny, Robert Macfarlane, George Maswell, Mr. Mummery, Charles Merrioks, H. Morgan, George Mouncher, Charles Mullen, Richard or M. Mortley, Joseph Mayo, James May, Messrs. J. & Co. Mansfield, Thomas Murch, P. Macfarlane, Capt. (2) M'Hugh, Thomas Munday, William Martin, Miss Alice N. Nankivill, Robert O. O'Laughnati, T. Ogleby, Mr. O'Meara, John Oare, Charles Henry O'Neil, W. P. Parkinson. Mr. Piguenit, Henry Pagdon, John Parry, Hurle)', & Co. Patten, R. W. Peacock, J. J, R. Read, John Robinson, F. Robertson, A. Robinson, A. Redish, Miss E. Riley, James (KapitD Russell, J. P. Reid, Adam (2) Reynolds, George Richards, George S. Sturgeon, Robert Stewart, Thomas Speed, James Slater, Barnard Smith, A. S. C. Scott, William Stephenson William Stewart, Richard Scott, Mrs. W. Smith, T. H. Skipwith, R. E. Seed, Richard (2) Swainson, William (3) Scott, George Swainson, Miss Scott, James Stack, James Stephenson, Mrs. W. Stobo, Captain Schimdt, John Small, Charles Smith, G. T. Timbshaw, William Teed, W. Taste, John Taylor, J. M. Timbleton, Richard Thomson, J. liuckett, Frederick (3) Tidd, William Tucker, Peter Tow, Ann Tipping, Thomas W. Wilton, Holiday Welli, Mr. W. Wight, David | Wright, David Wilson, Richard Watte, John Webb, C. F. Wallace, Robert Watkins, Mrs. Wright, George Ward, C. (3) William*, James Walker, Robert Y. Young, George

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WELLINGTON POST OFFICE., New Zealand Spectator and Cooks Strait Guardian, Volume I, Issue 2, 19 October 1844, Incorrect pagination

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