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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 24


My pay ceased from the date of my letter of dismissal, although from the nature of my operations it was quite impossible to bring them to an abrupt conclusion.

I telegraphed to Mr, Gillies, informing him that Dr. Featherston had dismissed me.

The General Government sent me a telegram to the effect that they would recognise my services if I succeeded in inducing the Stewart party to come out. This never reached me in the shape of a telegram; the information reached me through the post. The following, bearing on this subject. is an extract from evidence taken before the Public Petitious Committee of the House of Representatives during the session of 1876.