Title: Lettre du 4 juillet 1870 de Joseph Howe à Alexandre Antonin Taché
Author: Howe, Joseph, 1804-1873
Source: Archives de la Société historique de Saint-Boniface, Fonds de la Corporation archiépiscopale catholique romaine de Saint-Boniface, Série Taché,T7685-7688
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and peaceable dispersion, he would
order that no legal proceedings be
taken against any parties implicated
in these unfortunate breaches of the
law at Red River.
Though I have felt it my duty to
be explicit in dealing with the
principal subject of your letter, I
trust I need not assure you that
your zealous and valuable exertions
to calm the public mind in the
north west are duly appreciated
here, and I am confident that
when you regard the obstructions
which have been interposed to
the adoption of a liberal and
_ policy for Manitoba
you will not be disposed to
relax you exertions until that
policy is formally established
I have the _ to be
my Lord
Your Lordship’s obedient
humble servant
Joseph Howe

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