Titre: Letter of 17 May 1870 from Alexandre Antonin Taché to Joseph Howe
Auteur: Taché, Alexandre A. (Alexandre Antonin), 1823-1894
Source: Société historique de Saint-Boniface Archives, Fonds of the Corporation archiépiscopale catholique romaine de Saint-Boniface, Taché Series Ta3970
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Transcription

The Honorable Baronet meant to say that so do-
cument, regarded as public, had been received,
because, besides the two letters addressed by me
to the Honorable Minister of Militia himself, this
is the sixth I have taken the liberty to write to
yourself. As my sole intention it to help to the settle-
ment of the difficulties, the Government is, of
course, at full liberty to consider my letters
either as private or official as they may consi-
der more conducive to the objective in view.
I most willingly remain under the the bushel
provided the lamp of justice will enlighten
the far North and sparkle a little in the
Close West.
I remain, Honorable Sir,
With much respect.
Your humble servant.
(Signed) +Alex: Bishop of St. Boniface
O.M.I. [Oblat de Marie Immaculée]

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