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S.

Secretary Marine Department, Board of Trade, London
25th January 1858

Sir,
I will thank you to cause me
to be supplied with – a double set – of each of
the Instructions [passed?] in the annexed
list that I pray have them affixed in the
Instruction Books

JS.

P.

Lieutt Poynter RN Patrington
27th Jany 1858.

Sir,
I beg to requaint you that
I have received the wither mentioned sum
of £20 in respect of Services rendered by the
Officers of the Coast Guard up at Hulmpton
Station in November last to the Barque-
"Lady Lonsborough" into the circumstances of which
I will thank you to enquire and bring the
same under the notice of the Comptroller
General, and take his directions as to the disposal
of the amount.

JS.

D.

H H Deacon Esq. [Doctors?] Commons.
1st Feby 1858.

Sir,
With reference to your letter of
the 30th [??to.] Herewith you will receive a copy
of the examination of William Rivers – Master of the
Steam Ship 'Scandinavian" – taken before me on the
17th Augt 1857 duly certified as required by the 449th
Sectn of the MS Act 1854. The charge for the same is 3 s./6 d.

JS.

S.

Solicitor Custom House London
5th Febry 1858

Sir,
In compliance with your within
directions, I – to day – proceeded against Edward
Strowsen, Engineer of the "James Watt"

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S.
Secretary Marine Department, Board of Trade, London
25th January 1858
Sir,
I will thank you to cause me
to be supplied with – a double set – of each of
the Instructions [passed?] in the annexed
list that I pray have them affixed in the
Instruction Books
JS.

P.
Lieutt Poynter RN Patrington
27th Jany 1858.
Sir,
I beg to requaint you that
I have received the wither mentioned sum
of £20 in respect of Services rendered by the
Officers of the Coast Guard up at Hulmpton
Station in November last to the Barque-
"Lady Lonsborough" into the circumstances of which
I will thank you to enquire and bring the
same under the notice of the Comptroller
General, and take his directions as to the disposal
of the amount.
JS.

D.
H H Deacon Esq. [Doctors?] Commons.
1st Feby 1858.
Sir,
With reference to your letter of
the 30th [??to.] Herewith you will receive a copy
of the examination of William Rivers – Master of the
Steam Ship 'Scandinavian" – taken before me on the
17th Augt 1857 duly certified as required by the 449th
Sectn of the MS Act 1854. The charge for the same is 3 s./6 d.
JS.

S.
Solicitor Custom House London
5th Febry 1858
Sir,
In compliance with your within
directions, I – to day – proceeded against Edward
Strowsen, Engineer of the "James Watt"