The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 24
7, Westminster Chambers, Victoria street, Westminster, S.W., June 28, 1873
June 28, 1873.
I have the honor to acknowledge receipt of your letter of 18th inst., and in reply beg to intimate that after recent advices from the New Zealand Government, I do not feel myself any further justified in continuing your services as an Emigration Agent. You will be entitled to the cost of your return passage to New Zealand.
I. E. Featherston,
H. W. Farnall, Esq.,
Agent-General.2½, Corporation street, Belfast.
[The conversation previously alluded to, in which Dr Featherston verbally informed me my services were dispensed with, took place about a fortnight before the date of above letter, and, of course, prior to the correspondence which this letter closes.—H.W.F.]