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6th Octr. 1855

Sir

Annexed is a Copy of an order I
have received from the Commrs of Her Majesty's
Customs appointing one Receiver of Wreck for the
district therein named, of which I beg to apprize
you. And with reference to the 445 sec of
M. S. Act 1854, & the Instructions conveyed with
[Y.?] O. 106/1855, I will thank you to notify the same
to the respective Lieutenants of Nations within your
district with directions to communicate with
me in all matters relating thereto --

J. S.

Lt. Pointer -- Patrington
Captn. Metcalfe -- Bridlington

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6th Octr 1855

Sir-

In reply to your letter of the 4th.
Just on the subject of the breaking up of the
French "Lugger" [Freres Uins?,] I beg to acquaint
you I have seen the French Consul on the
subject--who will call upon you early on
Monday & confer with you respecting her disposal
Any arrangement that you may come to on
the subject, after conferring together, will be satisfactory to

J.S.

Lt. J. Stewart, [Horusea?]

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9th October 1855

Sir

I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your
note of yesterdays date requesting to be nominate
my Deputy at Bridlington in respect of wrecks
assure were it in my power to nominate
a deputy which I have not out of the Coast
Guard, you are not the first applicant

J. S

Whiteing Jn. Geo = Bridlington

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9th Octr. 1855

[ ] My Dr. Sir

Inclosed I send for your perusal
another application to be my Deputy Wrecker

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