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[Indecipherable] Monday night  28.6.1841

TO THE ELECTORS.


FROM "THE ATLAS' OF JUNE 19TH, 1841


THE COMMITTEE of the "ABORIGINES' PROTECTION SOCIETY" earnestly entreat every Member and every Friend of the Society, to use his influence with Candidates at the ensuing Election to induce them, in the event [of] their being returned to Parliament, to promote the objects of this Society by which means, while the cause of justice and humanity will be advanced (&) the safety of those whom the present distressed state of trade compels to emigrate, may be secured.

By order of the Committee,

FREDERICK MAITLAND INNES

Secretary

Office, 17, Beaufort Buildings, Strand.

  (hand written underneath printed notice)

Dear Sir,  

The Committee meets at this office on Thursday at 7 O'clock

In reference to the publication being sent by me to the Tr h Crompton I am sure of the fact, though at [?] it is not quite clear in my mind whether I did not myself deliver(it)

[hand written Margin left side]

Can you find me the names of any  parties to whom to address this advtmt.

 

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