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Original Documents on Aborigines and Law, 1797-1840

Document 32

Original Document 32

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[Copy of Brooks letter to Scott dated 27th Feb 1829 - see pg 108] [1]  

[Copy of letter on pg 110]

Glendon , Hunters River

27th Febry 1829

Sir,

I send you all the assistance which lies in my power to protect you against the incursions of the aborigines. As the Constables are but two in number, it will be necessary for you to render [113] them your aid, & it would be proper that you yourself accompany the party (& I accordingly place the constables under your command) in order by your presence to prevent any improprieties in apprehending the offenders & bringing them before me.

I am Sir

Your Ser

R Scott

W Brooks Esq

[Crossed - crossing illegible - seems to be address]

[copy of letter of pg 106]

 

Notes

[1] This document contains copies of material elsewhere. The rest of this document has been transcribed in documents 30 and 31

Published by the Centre for Comparative Law History and Governance of Macquarie University, and State Records NSW