Title: Public notice to the inhabitants of Rupertsland
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Source: Archives of Manitoba, MG3 A1 - 1
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PUBLIC NOTICE TO THE INHAB-
ITANTS OF RUPERSTLAND.
The President and Representative of the
French-speaking population of Rupert’s
Land in Council, “the Invader of our rights
being now expelled” already aware of your
sympathy, do extend the hand of friendship
to you our friendly Inhabitants, and in do-
ing so invite you to send twelve Representa-
tives from the following place, viz. [videlicet – namely]
St. John’s 1, St. Margret’s 1, Headingly 1,
St. James 1, St. Mary’s 1, Kildonan 1, St.
Paul’s 1, St. Andrew’s 1, St. Clement’s 1, St. Peter’s 1, Town of Winnipeg 2 in order to
form one body with the above Council con-
sisting of twelve members to consider the
present political state of this Country, and
to adopt such measures as may be deemed
best for the future welfare of the same.
A meeting of the above Council will be held in the Court House at Fort
Garry on Tuesday the 16th day November at which the invited Representatives will attend.

By order of the President.
LOUIS RIEL,
Wininpeg Nov. 6th 1869 Secty. [Secretary]

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