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124
S.
4th Jany 1859
Sec Bd Trade London.
Monthly and Quarterly Accounts
of Wreck transmitted.
I.[or J.] S.

The Receiver of Wreck is requested to remit to this
department so much of the balance he now has on hand
in respect of Wreck as he does not require to meet
immediate claims.
No. 1788 Registered the 2nd October 1858.

No 1 5th January 1859.
As per paragraph 131 -- I shall to-morrow
remit [pound symbol]60 to the Paymaster General as per annexed
form W 22 ---
Sec Bd. Trade London.

P.
Paymaster General London
5th January 1859
Sir,
I beg to acquaint you that to
day, I have remitted to you through the Branch of the
Bank of England at this place to the Bank of England
London -- to be placed to the Account of the Mercantile
Marine Fund the sum of Sixty Pounds -- of which I
advised the Secretary of the Marine Department
Board of Trade yesterday.

J.
Mr John Tulley Jeffels, 17 Bath Street, 8th Shields
3d Jany 1859.
Sir,
The letter which was in your Pocket was
so much injured by salt water that it became unfit to
send or I would have forwarded it to you. There is
no charge on the clothes which were sent.
W P M

5.
Sec Bde Trade London
15th January 1859.
Deposition of Master of Vessel "Tiger"
transmitted -- also Form No 1.
I.[or J.] S.

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