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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
G.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. Poynter -- 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 Unis, 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, Hornsea

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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
I 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 J W Geo = Bridlington

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9th Octr. 1855

Reject My Dr. Sir

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

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RE: Lt. J. Stewart, [Horusea?] Hornsea is a a town in that general area