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Letter from Robert Shives, immigration agent, to the Hon. J. A. Beckwith, provincial secretary, regarding Miss Rye’s juvenile immigrants. – 17 December 1870. – 2 pp. of textual records. Shives states that the 40 orphan girls brought out by Miss Rye have all been placed and explains expenses connected with their passage from Québec to New Brunswick. RS9-6Jan1871-27 Executive Council cabinet meeting records, 6 January 1871, document no. 27, PANB.

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