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The Founders of Canterbury

Reigate, 28th December, 1849

Reigate, 28th December, 1849.

My Dear FitzGerald,

—The article is very well written. I wish you may have time to consult Rintoul as to the policy of publishing it. I see no objection myself; and should not see much if I objected to the article itself, because it will hardly be published in the Colonial Magazine. In the afternoon of to-morrow, Rintoul would give you his opinion, which is worth mine over and over again.

I have to propose,—and, so far as responsibility is concerned, to desire—that you will put McGeachy on to the Council.

You should at once open a book for the names of Members. Here is one that you may put down—Sir Wm. Bellairs, Mulbarton Lodge, Norwich.

page 181

Send me a lot of the programmes. It is not needful that Baring should sign the summons: and he won't attend, I fear, before the meeting of Parliament.